The Architect

Thomas Larson, Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, is a semi-retired architect who enjoys an international practice in the Mediterranean Basin. Mr. Larson served as vice president of hotels with TAC during 24 years. During his years with TAC he traveled extensively, always looking for inspiration, from Tibet, Japan, Russia, India, Iran and Capadoccia.

As prime designer of Porto Carras, Sithonia, Greece, he had the unique opportunity to visit most of the Mount Athos monasteries with the owner and builder of the resort, shipping magnate John C. Carras.

Mr. Larson holds a Bachelor's degree from the School of Architecture of Minnesota and a Master's degree from Harvard's Graduate School of Design. He taught Advanced Graphics at Harvard between 1970 and 1979. Over the years Mr. Larson has achieved many awards and his work has been featured in several publications.

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