Entries by Matt Amore

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Architectural Significance

Recently I had the chance to visit the Miller House and Gardens in Columbus, IN. Commissioned by J. Irwin Miller in 1953, the home and gardens are a masterpiece of midcentury modern architecture. Designed by 3 leading designers of the day- architect Eero Saarinen, interior designer Alexander Girard, and landscape architect Dan Kiley- the home […]

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Inner DNA

Carl Sergio and I recently had a chance to compete in a small design competition called the “1×20 Competition.”  The goal of the competition was to come up with 20 different design solutions for the same urban lot located in downtown Indianapolis. The competition was conducted by AIA Home Tour and involved a lot in the historic […]

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Hedonistic Sustainability

If you haven’t heard of TED, you really need to check it out.  It’s a collection of intellectual talks by experts in all different fields.  This talk by Bjarke Ingels engages the idea of sustainability by creating architecture as an ecosystem that enhance quality of life rather than looking at the practice as a sacrifice.