In my previous blog post, I talked about my visit to the famous Miller House in Columbus, Indiana. That house was the legacy of one exceptional man – J. Irwin Miller, CEO of the Cummins Diesel Engine Company. But his legacy didn’t stop at the front door of his own home. Turns out, Miller left an extensive legacy of modernist architecture in his home town – enough to make this small city of 40,000 in southern Indiana one of the most important concentrations of significant architecture in the country, if not the world.
By Darren Bradley – click through to see all the beautiful photos