Courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Columbus, Ind., is a top destination for modern architecture buffs, thanks to J. Irwin Miller’s patronage of I.M. Pei, Robert A.M. Stern, FAIA, Harry Weese, and other postwar masters. Starting this month, archi-tourists can add one more site in Columbus to their itineraries: the house that Miller, the Cummins Engine Co. CEO, and his wife, Xenia Simons, built for themselves in 1958. A collaboration between Dan Kiley (landscape), Alexander Girard (interiors), and Eero Saarinen (architecture), the Miller House is now open for tours and in the care of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. •