Collection by Amanda Dameron

The Miller House in Columbus, Indiana

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Commissioned in 1953 by J. Irwin and Xenia Miller, the Miller House is a stunning example of midcentury residential design, as well as an important expansion upon the International Modernist aesthetics of the time. Architecture by Eero Saarinen, interiors by Alexander Girard, and landscape by Dan Kiley. Collaborating designers include Kevin Roche and Balthazar Korab. Personal snapshots from a recent visit—forgive the quality of the images!

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