Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design faculty and a new graduate of the school’s architecture master’s program will explore recent creative placemaking initiatives in rural Indiana at this week’s Indiana University Rural Conference in French Lick, Indiana.
Design firms and local architecture students are being asked to imagine a possible redesign for a bridge that was created as part of Columbus’ Front Door Project.
The Founders' Award is given annually for an article published by an emerging scholar in the preceding two years in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians that exhibits excellence of scholarship and presentation.
Co-curated by Mimi Zeiger and Iker Gil, the third annual show examines the social lessons gleaned from the city’s Modernist architecture.
A group of graduate students and a professor from Indiana University’s J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program is inviting local residents to play along and have a little fun with light as they pass by the former Republic building in downtown Columbus.