The small town of Columbus, Indiana is packed with the works of famous modernist architects, but unlike cities like New York or Chicago, Columbus’s pedigree isn’t so often brought into the national architectural discourse. Exhibit Columbus, a new symposium and exhibition happening annually in the city, is hoping to change that.
Deborah Berke, architect and dean at Yale, has worked extensively in Indiana and was a keynote speaker at this year's inaugural Exhibit Columbus symposium. She joined me on the podcast to reflect on the local and regional influences of Columbus, Indiana, and the impact they've had on her career.
Listen to One-to-One #41 with Deborah Berke:
Listen to our Sessions podcast about Exhibit Columbus for more background on the event. And special thanks for Donna Sink for helping make the interview happen!
Check out some of Deborah Berke's work in Indiana:
↓ Irwin Union Bank, Creekview Branch
↓ Hope Branch Library
↓ Cummins Indy Distribution Headquarters
Find more project photos in the gallery below: