The Thorne House is influenced by the simplicity of Japanese architecture. It is typical of the architecture of Carver Jr., who is known for his residential designs. Educated at Yale, Carver studied Japanese architecture under two Fulbright scholarships. The Thorne house emphasizes structure and modular organization, and it uses factory-built, stressed-skin panels.
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James and Mary Thorne House
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