The series contains drawings for Peter Yeadon's architectural narrative for the Prix de Rome entitled "Karl: An Architerctural Narrative." In total eleven sets of digital prints were made, each set contains eighteen sheets. Canadian Centre for Architecture received the third of these eleven sets, which is included in this series.
The narrative depicts the experience of a Canadian emigrant becoming a Roman citizen. The drawings represent the following titles: City; Fabric House; Columbarium; Horizon House; House City; Depth House; Colosseum for Vanishing Curiosities; City Gate; Teatro de Tevere; Neptune House; Bath; and Bricolage House. Each drawing is signed by the architect.
Also included, are four sketchbooks for 'Karl: An Architerctural Narrative', two print proofs for Bricolage House, and project documentation. The documentation explains each of the titles in the narrative, Yeadon's curriculum vitae, and leaflets for the exhibition "Karl: an architectural narrative" held at the Art Gallery of Windsor, Ontario from August 2001 to January 2002.