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Weese Symposium Panel 1_ History and Context By Professor Kelly Wilson
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The Newlin House
Take a tour of this unique Columbus home designed by Harry in 1964. Originally designed for the Newlin Family of Columbus, this two-story house centered with an enclosed atrium is now home to the Heathfield family of Columbus.
First Baptist Church
Harry’s most famous achievement in Columbus rests a top a hill on the east side of town. Explore Harry’s design of First Baptist Church, the monastic spaces and rolling corners of this AIA award-winning structure.>
Cummins Technical Center
A friendship and collaboration between influential Columbus community member J. Irwin Miller and architect Eero Saarinen brought Harry to Columbus for a number of projects. Harry’s partnership with Miller lives on through the Roman inspired Cummins Technical Center campus.
Lillian C. Schmitt Elementary School
See how Harry’s 1957 design of Schmitt continues to nurture local learning communities. The classrooms of Schmitt Elementary resemble tiny homes, each with its own individual roof and glass walls, allowing for natural light to flood freely and openly into learning spaces.