Category Archives: Beverley David Thorne

The Landfall Estate

Edificionado is pleased to have represented the buyers of the Landfall Estate, the only known residence built in the Sierras by Bay Area Case Study architect Beverley David Thorne. Originally called Thorneyrock, the home was designed as a small cabin … Continue reading

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2687 Las Aromas, Oakland

This unusual residence began its life as a rather unassuming shingle style bungalow but it has more recently been the longtime home of highly regarded local architect Beverley David Thorne. Thorne is best known for the innovative steel framed modernist … Continue reading

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177 San Marino, San Rafael

Today we hop across the bridge to visit a home that while not in the East Bay is without a doubt the work of an East Bay Architect. This exceptional mid-century residence is the only Case Study house that was … Continue reading

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200 Mill Creek, Fremont

This interesting mid-century is a bit off the beaten track, but is definitely worthy of note. It was built in 1961 a few short years after Fremont was incorporated by the then city manager as his residence. He chose Beverley … Continue reading

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1545 Campus, Berkeley

Beverley David Thorne started his career in Roger Lee’s office but he quickly gained a level of fame few architects achieve after designing a widely published residence in the Oakland Hills for an up and coming Jazz musician named Dave … Continue reading

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