6 month Intern Opportunity and Summer Student Placements Interns will be given tasks in multiple areas of heritage conservation as they participate in the processes of planning and project implementation of exhibits and the conservation/refurbishment […]
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 […]
The JWSMS is awarded by a committee of equal representatives from the Fondation STRUTT Foundation and faculty of the Azrielli School of Architecture at Carleton University. It was the most consistent exploration of integrated surface, […]
We have information on people, projects and places relating to: various architects, their personal life, academia, professional practice newspaper, magazine and authored articles correspondence, historical project documents, letters, photographs, materials research and, other information regarding […]
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Welcome to the Strutt Foundation…present today, to save yesterday, for tomorrow. Our modernist architecture is one of the most vulnerable heritage assets. Many of the exciting projects of the day were designed with the premise […]