John Albert Ewart

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John Albert Ewart
Born 1872
Ottawa, Ontario
Died 1964
Ottawa, Ontario
Nationality Canadian
Alma mater University of Toronto
Occupation Architect
Buildings Knox Presbyterian Church (Ottawa)

John Albert Ewart (1872–1964) was a Canadian architect was an Ottawa architect and son of Chief Dominion Architect David Ewart.[1]

Personal and Early Years[edit]

Ewart was born in Ottawa after his father's arrival in Canada. Ewart studied architecture at the University of Toronto in the 1890s.

Career[edit]

Eward moved to Ottawa to practice with King Arnoldi in 1895 and Burritt & Meredith in 1904, and Sproatt & Rolph in 1932.[2] His buildings are built mostly in Ottawa with a few in nearby Pembroke, Ontario and Carleton Place, Ontario.

Death[edit]

Ewart died in 1964 in Ottawa.

Portfolio[edit]

List of buildings designed by Ewart include:

  • Booth Building, 1910–11
  • Transportation Building, 1916
  • Hunter Building, 1917–20
  • Metropolitan Life Building, 1924-27 (associate of Waid)
  • Ottawa Electric Building, 1926–27
  • Victoria Building, 1927–28
  • Architect to Ottawa Collegiate Institute Board
  • Knox Presbyterian Church (Ottawa) 1932

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