Miller House Garden

Miller House Garden

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Mirror House provides the integration of the homeland landscape. Based on historical precedents, it attracted the genius of the designer, the ambition and the spirit of the times with the fascinating shape and composition of the spaces.

In 1953, the Miller House commissioned by businessman and philanthropist J. Erwin Miller and his wife Xenia Simons Miller inherited the architectural tradition developed by Ludwig Meath van der Rohe, it is a kind of development, symbolizing the aesthetics of modernism international. This room is built under a grid of skylights supported by cross-shaped steel columns and is filled with brightly colored fabrics with playful patterns. The most striking feature of the house’s large geometric garden is the row of locust trees that stretches along the west side of the house. In 2000, Miller House was designated as the first National Historic Landmark and one of its designers, Dan Kiley, is still alive, while the original owner is still alive. The house houses the works of 20th century architects and designers Eero Saarinen, Alexander Girard and Dan Kiley.

Wednesday10AM–4PM
Thursday10AM–4PM
Friday10AM–4PM
Saturday10AM–4PM
SundayClosed
MondayClosed
Tuesday10AM–4PM