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Back to the Future: A Mid-Century Modern Tour

 Back to the Future Mid-century Modern Home Tour, 2014, Indianapolis

Our seventh annual Back to the Future Mid-Century Modern Tour features five houses in the Avalon Hills and Devonshire neighborhoods of Indianapolis, including the 1957 home of Cori and Tim Conder.

Saturday, May 31, 2014

1 to 6 p.m.


Back to the Future: A Mid-Century Modern Home Tour features five private mid-century standouts in Indianapolis's Avalon Hills and Devonshire neighborhoods.

Each house features "can't miss" details. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide inspiring views from Mindy and Matthew Mayol's great room. Period furnishings, light fixtures, and a massive stone fireplace take center stage at Cori and Tim Conder's house. Designed by noted architect Avriel Shull, John and Martina Kansky's house features a dramatic butterfly roof. Mid-century furniture accents the home of Katie Runnels and Jon Graf. And Lalita Amos and Garland Borden showcase the "retro rejuvenation" of their 1958 home.

Tickets: Tour tickets are $15/person in advance, $20/person day of tour.

Buy tickets in advance online at or at the following locations:


In Indianapolis

Indiana Landmarks Center



Day of tour tickets can be purchased at The Church of the Saviour United Methodist Church, 6205 Rucker Road, Indianapolis, which serves as tour headquarters where tour attendees can park and ride a shuttle to tour homes.


Contact: Mark Dollase, 800-450-4534, 317-639-4534 or

Extend your Modern experience by attending a free lecture by Charles Birnbaum on Thursday, May 29, at the Toby at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Presented by Indiana Landmarks’ Indiana Modern committee and the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Design Arts Society.

Back to the Future: A Mid-century Modern Tour is presented by the Indiana Modern committee of Indiana Landmarks, and staged with support from Axis Architecture + Interiors, Chilluffo Media, Columbus Area Visitors Center, and MacDuff Realty Group.









With additional support from


MQ Automation


Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald and Hahn, LLP

Odle McGuire Shook Architects


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