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Throwback Thursday: Strutt House

Throwback Thursday: Strutt House

April 14, 2016 Among these photographs is a picture taken of Bill Lett as a young child outside the Strutt House in the Gatineau. Designed and built by Bill’s uncle, James Strutt, the house is currently being restored by the National Capital Commission. James Strutt was fascinated by building strong but lightweight structures using the bare minimum..
Interesting Fact: Millennium Park Boathouse

Interesting Fact: Millennium Park Boathouse

April 12, 2016 Some projects have interesting challenges. In 1999, when Bill Lett was just getting his career underway, the Studio was hired to design a “boathouse” for the City of Peterborough to celebrate the Millennium. To accommodate canoe storage at the lower level the building was designed to flood on purpose in the spring..
Lett Architects to Participate in Artsweek Peterborough

Lett Architects to Participate in Artsweek Peterborough

August 24, 2015 Lett Architects are excited to have been selected as a participant in Artsweek Peterborough 2015. Our Studio will be designing an Architectural light installation along the banks of Jackson Creek to bring awareness of the creek in its urban environment. Thank you Artsweek Peterborough for including us in this great community event! Our Studio will be holding..