Mark O’Bryan contributes to book about Lexington’s iconic Miller House
January 23, 2014 | School
UK/CoD Associate Dean for Administration Mark O’Bryan and former School of Architecture instructor Melody Farris Jackson contributed to Et in Surburbia Ego, a book chronicling the design and construction of Lexington’s iconic Miller House. Jose Oubrerie, former dean of the UK College of Architecture (now College of Design), designed the house. Oubrierie was a protégé of famed French architect Le Corbusier and collaborated with him on many projects, including the church of St. Pierre de Firminy-Vert in France. The Miller House is considered one of the finest examples of residential architecture of the 20th Century.
In addition to authoring an article about the documenting the house, O’Bryan contributed technical drawings and photographs of the house’s interior and exterior.