INhouse

Designed by John M. Johansen, the house at Floyds Knobs in New Albany, Indiana, was built in 1957 by a local family. After changing hands a number of times and falling into disrepair, in 2012 it was renovated by Louisville artist Ed Garber in a manner that closely reflects its original design.

Welcome to INhouse

Designed by John M. Johansen, the house at Floyds Knobs in New Albany, Indiana, was built in 1957 by a local family. After changing hands a number of times and falling into disrepair, in 2012 it was renovated by Louisville artist Ed Garber in a manner that closely reflects its original design.

Stay At INhouseAbout INhouse

INhouse is an entity conceived to provide space and support to creative individuals.

ARCHITECT
  • John M. Johansen
BUILT
  • 1957
LOCATION
New Albany, IN
OWNER

Brook Smith

INhouse is an entity conceived to provide space and support to creative individuals.

ARCHITECT: John M. Johansen | BUILT: 1957
LOCATION: New Albany, IN | OWNER: Brook Smith

Programs

INhouse is not simply a place, it is a catalyst, a nurturing framework with a vision to help imaginative talent grow. Check out the programs we offer.

Apply & Stay

INhouse is a place. It is a two bedroom house with living space and a small office studio. It can accommodate an individual alone or a group of up to four people at one time.

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Indiana Landmarks: Modernist Home Turned Creative Retreat

The architecture elements designed by John Johnansson and nature surrounding the INhouse fueled my drawings to new variables... The residency was a valuable experience and I look forward to continuing to develop my artwork which originated from there.

Mattea PerrottaArtist
Learn About Our Residency
INhouse Offers Residencies Of Up To 2 Weeks