Indianapolis Art Center--page 4 (of 6 pages)

Michael Graves
1996



Page one: front (south) exterior views
Page two: rear (north) exterior views
Page three: rear exterior views
Page four: library exterior (west end) and far east end
Page five: interior: entrance foyer, reception rooms, studios, galleries
Page six: library--far west end




The library exterior (west end)

See the plan. The octagonal library is connected to the large rectangular building by a narrow hallway. A square atrium and two large circular window provide natural light and beautiful views from the interior of the building.
 

 

Five-part sculpture on the roof of the building:
G. Greg Hull, Vicarious, 2004; steel, fabric, neon, electric motor

 

East end with sculpture studios at the front and ceramic studios at the rear

Large smoke stacks indicate the kiln areas.
 



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