Creative thinking in Indiana isn’t limited to the state capital. Just south, in Columbus, you’ll find a city obsessed with innovative and creative design. It started in the 1950s, when a local businessman named Irwin Miller encouraged the town to work with internationally recognized designers to build community projects. The result is a city with a comprehensive collection of mid-century modern architecture, one of the most diverse displays in the country.
- Huffington Post, story by Kari Haugeto – read the full story
- Learn more about Miller House and Garden