When the Millers acquired a barn on property bordering their house and garden, Harry Weese’s office proposed converting the barn’s upper levels to a children’s play space complete with a two-story slide, stage, studio, shuffleboard court, archery target, and table tennis. The project was never realized.
Photographic print (11 x 14 in.) of drawing titled “Miller Barn Preliminary Layout” by Harry Weese and Associates, 1 June 1962, FF059, Miller House and Garden Collection, IMA Archives, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. (MHG_IIIc_FF059_002)