Balthazar Korab (1926-2013, the Detroit-based photographer who, who together with Ezra Stoller and Julius Shulman captured mid-century architecture into poetic images, died earlier this year. Unlike the other two, Korab used color photography when depicting architecture. Born in Budapest, he emigrated to the US in 1955 and was first employed by Eero Saarinen. Here is the Miller house, designed by Eero
Saarinen, with interiors by Alexander Girard and landscape by Dan Kiley, built in Columbus, Indiana in 1957. In 1994, American President Bill Clinton presented a portfolio of Balthazar Korab's photography to Árpád Göncz, the president of Hungary. The home is a National Historic Landmark and the photos are in the collection of the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.