Among the many influences on the Craftsman style, the Japanese aesthetic was one of the more pronounced. Japanese garden design, woodworking, and art all contributed elements as can be seen in Modern Home No. 264B244. The peaked gables and low profile have an Asian-flavored look that was popular in many parts of the country, but particularly in the Western US. Also, known as the Osborn in later Sears catalogs, this was a favorite model for several years.
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