On our short trip to Indiana in June, we visited Indianapolis and Columbus. Indianapolis has an eclectic mix of architectural styles, and Columbus is famous for its architecture (it’s rated 6th in the country for innovative architecture, superseded only by 5 large cities).
A mixture of styles, a mixture of doors…
Shriners building, Indianapolis
Entrance to the Indiana World War Memorial, Indianapolis
Entrance to the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis. Brachiosaur “Riad” stands erect and her baby seems to be going in through the top.
Doorway of a theatre in Indy. To fit into the space they “folded” the facade, so the door is at an angle.
Entrance to Circle Tower building in Indianapolis.
Inside the door into Pres. Benjamin Harrison’s house. This national monument commemorates the only president from Indiana.
One of the historical homes of Columbus, Indiana: Irwin Home (1864); 1910 renovation and addition by Henry Phillips. Now The Inn at Irwin Gardens.
Doors to First Christian Church in Columbus. The architecture for this church is modernistic, and rather unusual. For one thing, the doorway is not centrally placed; the left side is wider than the right side.
Thursday Doors 8-11-16