#ARCHweek17 – Saarinen’s Impact on Columbus (and me)

For this #ARCHweek17 post, I wanted to go back to my hometown – Columbus, Indiana – and write about two churches that architecturally had an impact on a non-religious kid (I still love church architecture today, it’s weird for someone […]

Praiseworthy Competition with One’s Ancestors: Columbus, IN Architecture Depository

The Time-Life Iconic view of Columbus (based off photography from a Time-Life article in the late 1950s) “A good life is one led in praiseworthy competition with one’s ancestors. The best response to the gifts we receive from previous generations […]

My hometown, My thesis: Place and Identity in Columbus, Indiana

Columbus, Indiana; a small city that has come up many times during my architectural education, and my hometown has had more of an impact on my life than I have ever realized. From a field trip back home during a […]