Join Jim Glass for a History of Indianapolis’ Residential Architecture
Based on the forthcoming book, Architecture in Indianapolis, 1820-1920, Residential Architecture in Indianapolis 1820-1920 is sponsored by Indiana Landmarks. Tickets are $6.27 for general public and free to Indiana Landmarks members. For tickets in-person and on-line, visit https://www.indianalandmarks.org/tours-events/ or call 317-639-4534.
Join book author and architectural historian Dr. James Glass as he describes in an illustrated lecture the rich variety of residences designed by Indianapolis architects during the city’s first century. We will begin with the wigwams of Native Americans and log houses of settlers and trace the evolution of styles from Federal to Greek Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne, Shotgun, Worker’s Cottages, Romanesque, Renaissance, Shingle Style, Rustic, English Tudor, Georgian, Four Square, and Bungalows/Arts and Crafts. We will also mention the principal residential architects and touch on the development of apartment buildings and doubles.