Did any of you get to attend this weekend’s home tour by the Indiana chapter of the American Institute of Architects? I didn’t get to go and I’m so bummed. What I was able to glimpse of the homes on the tour website looked fantastic.
“It’s hard not to take your eyes off the views once inside this ninth-floor loft that overlooks the American Legion Mall, and where from the dinner table, you’re eye-to-eye with the Indiana War Memorial,” the tour’s website says of this space. “The vaulted flowing ceiling of a satin-lacquered shiplap cedar helps shape the graceful space, while taking
advantage of the downtown panoramas.”
Below is another kitchen from the tour.
This one is from a ranch home on North Illinois Street.
“From the street, you’d never know that this house is anything more than a traditional mid-century ranch,” the tour’s site says of this home designed by Jim McQuiston. “However, behind the unassuming exterior, you’ll walk into an updated home completely designed around the couples’ extensive collection of regional art.”
If, like me, you missed this great annual tour, you can see more photos and more details about the homes at http://www.aiahometour.org/.