Retired architect and alumnus Robert Lemon (’79) will give a talk about his memoir, An Architect’s Address Book – the places that shaped a career, on Monday, March 27, at the Architecture Building at Carleton University.
The event includes an introduction by School Director Anne Bordeleau, a presentation by Lemon, a question period, refreshments, and a book signing. The book, published by ORO Editions, will be available for purchase.
An Architect’s Address Book is a memoir in 18 chapters of the places where the award-winning architect has lived, studied, and worked over the past six decades.
Lemon’s talk, titled A Trip Down Pentry Lane, will focus on the places he studied architecture, including the Pentry Lane townhouse in Old Ottawa South, where he lived while at Carleton, and his residence during the Directed Studies Abroad term at the AA in London.