architecture
Know Your Historic Home: Huntington Historic Review Board Lecture Series

The Huntington Historic Review Board and co-sponsor Huntington Alert, Inc. are pleased to present this lecture and workshop series that is free and open to the public through an Indiana Humanities grant! Join us and learn how to better understand your historic home! Researching your Historic House with Connie Zeigler When was …

November 8, 2014
architecture
Indy Architects Home Tour

Tour eight private residences designed by Indianapolis architects, meet the designers and learn about the latest in design trends during the Indy Architects’ Home Tour from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sept. 20-21. The self-guided tour, sponsored by the Indianapolis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, featuresmodern, new homes …

September 20, 2014
architecture
Christian Theological Seminary lecture and tour

Join Indiana Landmarks for a tour of Christian Theological Seminary! Mid-Century Modern  Indianapolis The Shape of our Spirit: Rediscovering a Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece celebrates Christian Theological Seminary, 1000 West 42nd Street, designed in 1966 by the internationally acclaimed architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and landscape architect Dan Kiley. Tour the landmark and hear …

September 9, 2014
architecture
Christian Theological Seminary: Rediscover a Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece

The Shape of our Spirit: Rediscovering a Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece celebrates Christian Theological Seminary, 1000 West 42nd Street, designed in 1966 by the internationally acclaimed architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and landscape architect Dan Kiley. Tour the landmark and hear from IU professor Steve Mannheimer and CTS president Matthew Boulton on the …

September 9, 2014
architecture
Back to the Future: A Mid-Century Modern Tour

Back to the Future: A Mid-Century Modern Home Tour features five private mid-century standouts in Indianapolis’s Avalon Hills and Devonshire neighborhoods. Each house features “can’t miss” details. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide inspiring views from Mindy and Matthew Mayol’s great room. Period furnishings, light fixtures, and a massive stone fireplace take center stage at …

May 31, 2014
architecture
Conversation about Caring for Columbus’ Architecture

Featuring special guest Theodore Prudon. Theodore H.M. Prudon, PhD, FAIA, a leading expert on the preservation of modern architecture, will share his experiences managing preservation challenges in the 21st century. Prudon was educated at the University of Delft, Netherlands, and Columbia University, where he received his PhD. Prudon is the …

May 16, 2014
architecture
Creative Syncretism, the Early Architectural Works of Henry Weese

On April 4 at 5 p.m., an introductory presentation by Bradley C. Brooks, director of historic resources and assistant curator, American Decorative Arts, Indianapolis Museum of Art, will be followed by the opening reception of the IUCA+D gallery exhibition for the Weese symposium at 6 p.m.  The following day, a …

April 4, 2014
architecture
Restless Spirit: The Inventions of Harry Weese

Have you been in a Washington Metro station? Walked past the roundish Christian Science church on Wacker in Chicago?  They’re the work of architect Harry Weese, a preeminent modernist. Maybe you’ve visited Chicago’s restored Field Museum or Orchestra Hall, or Union Station in Washington? They’re the work of Harry Weese, noted …

March 13, 2014