Mid Century Modern Home Tour: Columbus, IN
Every spring Indiana Landmarks and the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) team up to deliver an incredible weekend of modernism. 2011 shows no signs of let-down. At all.
Strap in and let's run through this.
It all kicks off on Friday May 20th at the IMA with the Miller House Symposium. A day-long event filled with epic goodness.
Symposium schedule as follows:
Cost: $30 for IMA members. $40 for non-members. $25 for students. Get tix here.
As a bonus, on Saturday May 21st, IMA is conducting a special tour of Miller House in Columbus, IN. Tour is reserved only for cats cool enough to register for the symposium. Cost of this special tour is $50. Get tour tix here.
Asking if it's worth it? Check this: Miller House was designed by Eero Saarinen. Interiors by Alexander Girard. Landscape by Dan Kiley. I cried the first time I walked in. So worth it.
If you'd rather visit Miller House on a different weekend, tours can be reserved at the Columbus Area Visitor's Center.
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After being thoroughly seduced on Friday, the Indiana Landmarks "Back to the Future" home tour action goes into full-swing on Saturday May 21st, 1p-6p in the Mid-West's version of Palm Springs - the modernism mecca known as Columbus, Indiana.
You'll see six homes. The gracious hosts are:
- Charles and Miriam Byers, 3229 Nugent Boulevard
- ENKEI Corporation, 322 Tipton Lane (gardens only)
- Erin Hawkins and Chris Morlock, 2555 Franklin
- Nancy Heimlich, 2625 Sycamore
- Louis Joyner, 317 Flatrock Drive
- Georgia Webb, 3376 Grove Parkway
Tour Headquarters is the Saarinen-designed North Christian Church. It'll be open for tours. And will make you believe. Located at 850 Tipton Lane, Columbus, IN.