Print and web based design publications have devoted many lustrous pixels to next month’s public debut of the Miller House, a collaboration between design icons Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard, circa 1952. Now under the stewardship of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the home has been preserved by the Miller family – and now by the museum itself – in all of its textile laden glory. You can read more about it at The New York Times Style Magazine (here) and/or by picking up the current issue of Dwell  (among other sources). Above is an image of Girard’s  textile plan for the house — here swatches were applied directly to a copy of the floor plan. So cool. (Via IMA.)