Birth Country: Canada
Resident City: Edmonton
Resident State/Province: Alberta
Resident Country: Canada
Notes: "It was hard to work with long hours--and the practice could not have supported two families. It was a grind in the cold, hard world. But I would like to add it was satisfying and a lot of fun."
Sources: Taken from a biographical sketch found in the Blanche Lemco van Ginkel Collection in the IAWA.
No specialties on record
Employer: Harold Smith, Architect
Employer: C.B.K. Van Normen, Architect
Employer: Rule, Wynn and Rule, Architects
Employer: Office of the Chief Architect, City of Edmonton
Notes: Imrie worked on the design of schools and public buildings. The staff included two other women architects, Jean Wallbridge, University of Alberta 1939, and Doris Newlands Tanner, University of Manitoba 1944.
Employer: Wallbridge and Imrie, Architects
Notes: The early work of the firm was commercial buildings, houses, and apartments. Later they worked on senior citizen housing for Alberta Housing, and schools for the City of Edmonton. The firm closed after 28 years when Jean Wallbridge died.
Name: Jean Wallbridge
Project: Established firm of Wallbridge and Imrie, Architects
Organization: Wallbridge and Imrie, Architects
No apprenticeships on record
Name: Canadian Housing Design Council Prarie Region
Description: Award given for Edmonton Housing
No exhibitions on record
Title: Office and Residence
Description: Wallbridge and Imrie built the office for their firm.
Title: Solar cottage
Description: Imrie built the cottage on Lac Ste. Marie
Institution: University of Toronto
Degree: Bachelor of Architecture
License: Registered Architect
Organization: Alberta Association of Architects
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