News and events from the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program
Miller M.Arch News and Events
Student teams from the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program took their ideas to the streets — or perhaps more accurately the alleys — of Columbus in a design competition.
A small, artist work and display space at the 411 gallery in downtown Columbus could become a reality by late August.
Press coverage for Exhibit Columbus 2019 Exhibition
- Entry Portal at The Republic Building by Daniel Luis Martinez and Etien Santiago featured in Dwell
- Assistant professors design entry to IU architecture program for Exhibit Columbus
- On to the second year: Eskenazi School's Architecture Program roots in city growing
- Exhibit Columbus University Research Design Fellows, Daniel Luis Martinez and Etien Santiago, featured in The Republic
Press coverage for Columbus, Indiana
The Midwest Town That Designs Above Its Weight
The new movie Columbus, set against the backdrop of largely unknown Columbus, Indiana, is a moving portrayal of the influence thoughtful architecture can bring to a place, something the city is thinking about off-screen today.
Hello, Columbus: A Small Indiana Town Gives Chicago a Run for its Architectural Legacy
Columbus has long been recognized by the design cognoscenti for its concentration of buildings by important architects of the post-WWII era. Now, the city of approximately 46,000, about a four-hour drive south of Chicago, is looking to amplify its profile as a magnet for design enthusiasts and practitioners.
Event celebrates artist behind iconic structure
Art critics have experienced little trouble labeling Henry Moore with a variety of superlatives. Labeling much of his abstract work, however, can be a challenge. That could serve as a fine conversation starter at the third annual, local Henry Moore Birthday Party in Columbus.