Lynne Horiuchi worked on writing a book on the planning, design, and construction of prison cities for Japanese Americans during World War II. She is an architectural historian whose scholarly work ranges across other areas of study including architecture, theory, urban planning, Asian American studies, social sciences, and Japanese studies.
Lynne Horiuchi worked in the Veltin studio.
Veltin Studio was donated by alumni of the Veltin School, a school for girls in New York with a highly respected visual arts department. As the plaque just outside the entrance attests, this studio was used by poet Edwin Arlington Robinson during most of the 24 summers he spent at MacDowell. Perhaps most famously, Thornton Wilder put the finishing…