At the heart of Exhibit Columbus, a biennial-like exhibition of 17 architectural installations and pavilions that runs through November 26, lies the question: “What can architecture do for a community?” The community in question is Columbus, Ind., known as the birthplace of Vice President Mike Pence, the home to diesel engine manufacturer Cummins, Inc. (the region’s largest employer), and, most prominently, the site of industrialist and philanthropist (and former Cummins chair) J. Irwin Miller’s experiment in municipal modernism. Read More …
September 7, 2017
Can Exhibit Columbus help spur a renewed appreciation for this Midwestern epicenter of Modernism?
Alexander Girard, Aranda\Lasch, Architecture, Articles, Eliel Sarrinen, Formafantasma, IKD, Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo Associates, Oyler Wu Collaborative, Plan B Architecture, Studio:indigenous