This home was the residence of James Donahue, a Harvard-trained professor who joined the faculty of the University of Manitoba School of Architecture in 1947. This structure echoes the work of Donahue's teacher Marcel Breuer and might be informed by Donahue's time working at the National Housing Authority in Ottawa.
1,689 square feet
|Suburb:||Sir John Franklin|
- Horizontally-oriented tonge-and-groove wood siding
- Flat roof line