Built in 1956 for his own family, this was one of Strutt’s earliest explorations using geometry to produce structural form. One of the most prolific Canadian modernist architects of the modern era -with over 500 […]
The Weiner residence was designed by James W. Strutt, of Gilleland & Strutt Architects, in 1958 for Mr. & Mrs. Paul Weiner. An elegant home, built when large did not mean monstrously ostentatious, but a […]
The Loeb building on the Carleton University Campus is Ottawa, is a complex of three linked -offset- towers with a fouth mass connecting the three towers at the base. It is located on University Drive […]
The Loeb House, located in the Rockliffe Park neighborhood in Ottawa, was designed by James W. Strutt in 1958. The Sandstone coloured brick encompasses the apparently flat planes common to mid-century modern design. The Loeb […]
The Rochester House, designed by Architect James W. Strutt for Gary Rochester and his family is a mid-century modern experimental project that can inspire new ideologies in residential design for future architects, both in the […]
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The Conservation of the Strutt House, a Canadian Modernist Icon, in being taken on in a collaborative 3P initiative between the National Capital Commission and the Fondation Strutt Foundation. Take a virtual tour: Fondation STRUTT […]
We will try to help any owner/group/organization trying to find out what they can do to maintain/conserve/modify an existing Modernist home/building/neighbourhood, designed by ANY of Central Canada’s amazing Modernist Architects. Information regarding James W. Strutt, […]