"You can always tell an urban neighborhood in transition by that harbinger of change--the corner Art Deco shop opened by two gentlemen friends.”
Voces Novae collaborates with IUCA+D in a traveling choral concert around some of downtown Columbus, Indiana's most iconic buildings.
An installation at the IU Center for Art + Design co-opts the strategy of the coloring book to demystify the art experience and prompt participation.
The Architectural Cake Contest takes a playful approach to the task of historic preservation, but ends up revealing that architecture is just the icing on top.
The Sample Gates were constructed in the 1980s after decades of controversy, but its history is still being written.
Quick. Think Christmas. The residents of Terre Haute's Farrington's Grove know it's not a pink plastic tree in a mid-century ranch that first comes to mind.
Despite Doenges' machine-age design style, the appeal for her clients--during the post-WW2 tract house era--lay in the way she personalized each home.
By the end of the tour, visitors know what is and what is not a gargoyle, and discover the only decorative aspect of Ballantine Hall.
1942 marked the beginning of the architectural movement in Columbus, Indiana with the building of the First Christian Church.
A jewel in the crown of Columbus, Indiana’s architecture scene is now open to the public.