Friday, October 28, 2011

A Design Classic

I missed this Dwell story when it first appeared, so I was quite excited when I came across it this week. Eero Saarinen’s legendary Miller House in Columbus, Indiana — designed in 1952 for the late industrialist J. Irwin Miller and his wife, Xenia, with interiors by Alexander Girard and landscape architecture by Dan Kiley — opened to the public for the first time this past May. Here are a few shots of this amazing home to give you an idea of what it looks like — read the Dwell article (and see more images from the slideshow) here. The attention to detail is extraordinary — this house was truly put together with care and love.

(photography by leslie williamson)


The Style Schedule said...

Lori, this is a gorgeous home... I was admiring it just a few weeks ago on that Dwell post. Love the colours and textures and the fact that the spaces are so timeless - which is like every mid 20th century design.

sweet harvest moon said...

So beautiful!

automatism said...

Oh, I couldn't agree more, Helen! And isn't it lovely, Sweet Harvest Moon?


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