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Before designing the Eiteljorg Museum, architect Jonathan Hess traveled the Southwest with museum founder Harrison Eiteljorg. The pair studied the area’s land, architecture and people. Broad, flat mesas; deep, craggy canyons and ancient pueblo structures are what make the Southwest
uniquely beautiful. These features served as an inspiration to the Eiteljorg Museum’s creators.
The Eiteljorg Museum’s main entrance has become an Indianapolis icon, with its Southwestern influenced portico and front
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