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Hans L. Stutz fonds
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- Architectural drawing
- Graphic material
- Textual record
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Dates of creation area
- Stutz, Hans L.
Physical description area
- 3792 total works
- 1671 original plans
- 407 sketches
- 1604 print plans
- 89 textual records
- 21 photographs
(Total works does not include box No. STUT-TBD [Nepean Police Building - various files])
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Hans L. Stutz was born in Karlsruhe Germany on June 6 in 1927. Hans Stutz earned the degree of Diploma of Engineer in Architecture in 1951 after graduating from the Technical College of the State of Baden, Karlsruhe, Germany. Stutz immigrated to Canada in 1951 and later obtained his Canadian citizenship in 1957. Prior to 1964, he worked for several Eastern Ontario Architectural Firms. Hans Stutz then established his own practice in 1964, named "Hans Stutz Architect" in Ottawa, Ontario. Stutz designed a number of institutional buildings in the former City of Nepean. These buildings include projects in the areas of recreational facilities, educational facilities, municipal buildings, church design, and hospitals. Some of these projects include the Nepean Sportsplex, the Nepean Police headquarters Building and the Queensway Carleton Hospital. Hans L. Stutz was invited to the fellowship of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) in June 2006 in Vancouver. He was also elected a life member of the Ontario Associates of Achitecture (CAA) in 2001, after he had retired from active practice. Hans L. Stutz passed away at the age of 82 on July 9, 2009 in Ottawa, Ontario.
Mr. Temprano of "Tempeno and Young Architects Inc." was a personal friend of Mr. Stutz. On September 8th, 2008, Mr Stutz wrote a letter giving Mr. Temprano and "Temprano and Young Architects Inc." the rights to and documents of his collection of architectural drawings. The Carleton University Archives and Research Collection received the accession on August 24, 2012.
Scope and content
This fonds consists of architectural works for a variety of different building types developed by Hans. L. Stutz. This fonds consists of the thirteen series and are as follows: Schools; Government Projects: Municipal Buildings; Apartments and Hotels; Government Projects: Federal; Private Residence; Medical Buildings; Recreational Facilities; Churches; Commercial; Government Project: Provincial; Miscellaneous; Office Buildings; Embassy.
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Copyright held by Temprano and Young Architects Inc.
Generated finding aid
Architectural project plans (item level description) are located in the Architectural Drawings Database.