Three Generations of Smyth Family Architects
I attach a picture of three of “Smyth family’s” former graduates of the School of Architecture.
Carl Smyth (BArch (NSTC)’74)
After graduating in 1974 from Nova Scotia Technical College with a B.Arch degree, Carl practiced architecture in Fredericton, N.B. for 43 years. Presently, at 80 years old he is the oldest practicing architect in New Brunswick.
Darlene Smyth (BEDS (TUNS)’94, MARFP’95)
Graduated in 1995 from the Technical University of Nova Scotia with a M.Arch degree, my daughter Darlene has been practicing in Asia for 22 years. She and her husband Warren, also an architect, are the two principals of their firm, A.D. Lab in Singapore with a staff fluctuating between 15 and 25 architects.
Jacqueline Green (BEDS’11, MArch’13)
After graduating in 2013 from Dal with a M.Arch degree, my granddaughter Jacqueline has been practicing in Vancouver since graduation. She worked for 3.5 years with “MGA,” Michael Green Architecture and is presently employed with Urban West Architecture, a rapidly growing one-year-old firm started by Justin Bennett (BEDS’01, MARFP’03) with five architects on staff.
– Carl Smyth