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Located in Columbus, Indiana, the home has been finished in 1963 and is one of several major buildings in the area. Sometimes known as an architectural mecca, Columbus features by icons like Robert Venturi, Eero Saarinen, and IM Pei over 90 buildings and pieces of public art.

Weese designed this spacious 6,942-square-foot house to make the most of space onto a.6-acre lot. The brick building features various archways and glass top atriums that let in plenty of lighting. The main living rooms look out on a courtyard that is airy and bright and feature ceilings. The home includes an array of additional conveniences, such as walkout basement, balcony, large closets, and a fireplace.

Prolific Chicago architect Harry Weese got his start in boat design prior to making his mark architecture, and this five-bedroom, three-bath is one of his residential projects. In the 1940s to the 1980s, Weese designed nearly 1,000 buildings, such as the Time and Life Building at Chicago, but he is perhaps most famous for his 100-mile long metro system in Washington, D.C.

Love the look? 2920 Franklin Drive is available on the market today for $640,000.
Archways and atriums abound