Modern Houses in America's Rust Belt
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This May, the famed J. Irwin Miller House—designed by Eero Saarinen with landscapes by Dan Kiley and interiors by Alexander Girard—opened its doors to the public for the first time. Herman Miller is giving away a weekend trip to tour the renowned Miller House & Gardens featured in the May issue of Dwell. Also included in the package are tours of other architectural gems in the area by Eliel Saarinen, Harry Weese, and John Carl Warnecke.
The Giveaway includes:
- Round-trip airfare and transportation to the home in Columbus, Indiana
- Two nights accommodations at the Inn at Irwin Gardens
- Columbus area visitors center tickets and reservations for the Miller House and Garden and the Columbus Architectural tours
Enter to win now!
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