The Strutt House:

Building Stabilization – including workshops with National Capital area college and university students.

Conservation Planning

Conservation Implementation and Management


The Strutt Foundation has taken on the conservation of the Strutt House, situated just on the edge of the Gatineau Park, in the National Capital Area. The house is 111 steps up on a mid-rise plateau overlooking the Mountain Road. The home was designed by James William Strutt, one of Canada’s most prolific Modern Architects, as his family home. He designed it very early in his career, and it is an exemplary preview of the exploratory nature of his architectural oeuvre that followed.

The Strutt House was purchased by the Government of Canada in 2011, and is currently in the Capital Stewardship Portfolio of the National Capital Commission (NCC). The NCC have entered into a collaborative agreement with the Strutt Foundation to conserve the property, with plans for it to be open to the public for the Canada sesquicentennial celebrations in 2017.

The Strutt foundation is currently raising funds to support its ongoing initiatives. Donations can be directed to the foundation or to specific ongoing projects on-line through our secure portal. Please consider helping us deliver the workshops and other outreach projects.

Donations can be directed to specific projects -as listed on our projects page- or applied to the area most in need of support.

If you would prefer to make a mail-in donation you can download a Donation Form

We thank you for your interest, questions, and/or support.

More Information

The Strutt House is now a Member of the Iconic Houses Network.

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