Architect Evans Woollen and his firm have created some of Indiana’s most memorable buildings, including Clowes Hall (1963), the New Harmony Inn (1974) and the addition to the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library’s Central Branch library addition (2007). After an apprenticeship with Philip Johnson, Woollen started his own firm in 1955, now known as Woollen, Molzan and Partners. The Indianapolis native reflects on his firm’s 50 years of work up to the present moment, analyzing the themes and intentions of his life’s work in design. Talk presented by Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana and the Design Arts Society of the IMA


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