For sale: Dave Brubeck House - Wilton, CT

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DavidC
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For sale: Dave Brubeck House - Wilton, CT

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Weird and wonderful. Wonderful because . . . well, do I need to say it ? And weird, because we aren't given one exterior view !

So, this is a surprise coming from Thorne, isn't it. Positively "Skandanasian" compared to other work in his portfolio ?

https://metalbuildinghomes.org/beverley-david-thorne/

But there's this . . . https://www.wowhaus.co.uk/2018/05/25/be ... alifornia/. . . so anything is possible. Here's the double-height glass wall, in very different dress. Check out that "back stair"; this is a house inside a house ?

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