Miller House and Garden Book
In 1953, J. Irwin Miller and his wife, Xenia S. Miller, acquired a parcel of land on the outskirts of Columbus, Indiana, as a location for a new residence. They immediately contacted Eero Saarinen and interior designer Alexander Girard to initiate the process of creating their new home. Later, landscape architect Dan Kiley would join the design team. Together, these designers and their clients shaped one of America's most thoroughly integrated expressions of modernism. Today the house is open as a house museum through the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). With an essay written by Bradley C. Brooks, IMA Director of Historic Resources, and a forward by Maxwell L. Anderson, The Melvin & Bren Simon Director and CEO of the IMA, Miller House and Garden presents a fascinating look at mid-century American architecture and design at its finest.
Hardcover; 80 pages; Measures: 6" x 8 1/2".