Architecture in Indiana

Janet Babin of Indiana Public Radio reports on the striking architecture in the town of Columbus, Indiana, which includes buildings designed by world famous architects such as Ero Saaranen I. M. Pei, Robert A.M. Stern, and Cesar Pelli. The town's architectural patron was J. Irwin Miller, retired chairman of the Cummins Engine Company and creator of the Cummins Engine Foundation.

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