In the heart of the midwest, the small city of Columbus, Indiana, claims a uniquely rich architectural pedigree, with a vast collection of mid-century modernist masterpieces.
The city of Columbus has always been central to the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, but it has a larger role during the pandemic.
For the 200th anniversary of the founding of Indiana University, Patrick O’Meara hosts a discussion with members of the faculty and staff who have been instrumental in crafting many aspects of this year’s commemoration.
Architect James Timberlake's projects have broken new ground, exploring some of today's most important topics—among them, efficient construction methods, resource conservation strategies, and novel use of building materials.
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.