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Male, US, born 05/09/1910, died 06/15/1981

Associated with the firms network

Johanson, Bain, Brady and Grainger, Architects; Naramore, Bain, Brady, and Johanson, (NBBJ); Naramore, Grainger and Johanson, Architects; Smith, Carroll and Johanson, Architects; Wyatt Stapper Architects


Professional History

Draftsman, Smith and Carroll, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1934-1936; Partner, Smith, Carroll and Johanson, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1936-1951; Partner, Naramore, Grainger and Johanson, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1942; Partner, Naramore, Bain, Brady and Johanson (NBBJ), Architects, Seattle, WA, 1943-c. 1981. While a Partner in NBBJ, Johanson's name was also connected to the firm, Smith, Carroll and Johanson, until 1951.

Completed 15-week course, Camouflage School, Camouflage Division, Office of Civilian Defense, University of Washington, 10-12/1942; Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA); Vice-Chairman, AIA, Committee on Hospitalization and Public Health, 1947; President, AIA, Washington State Chapter, 1950-1951; (The University of Washington Department of Special Collections indicated his dates of service as 1951-1952; see the on line record of the Dearborn-Massar Photograph Collection, King County Central Blood Bank exterior, Seattle, 1951, negative #DM3321); Member, King County Planning Commission, Seattle, WA, 1951- ; Johanson replaced Bliss Moore, Jr., (1913-1951) who had become ill and could not finish his appointment.

Education

B.Arch., University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1934;

Personal

Born in Greeley, CO, Johanson came to Seattle, WA, to attend the University of Washington, graduating in 1934; he reported an address of 5014 Pullman Avenue, Seattle, WA, in 1942; Johanson's last residence was in Bellevue, WA, 98006;

Parry Johanson married Jean Louise P. Johanson (1911-2000), an artist who worked in sculpture, mosaic and jewelry design. She produced sculptures for several large buildings in Seattle, WA, and developed an interest in using pebbles for mosaics. She worked as a student of the sculptor Dudley Pratt (1897-1975) at the University of Washington, graduating in 1934. She would have her first solo exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum in 1944.

SSN: 534-34-2366;



Associated Locations

  • Greeley, CO (Architect's Birth)
    Greeley, CO

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PCAD id: 1499


NameDateCityState
1000 2nd Avenue Office Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA1987SeattleCA
1st Presbyterian Church #4, Seattle, WA1969SeattleWA
2 Union Square Office Building, Seattle, WA1989SeattleWA
Alley 24 Mixed-Use Complex, 223 Yale Avenue Office Building, South Lake Union, Seattle, WA
Batelle Memorial Institute, Research Center, Laurelhurst, Seattle, WA1965-1971SeattleWA
Battelle Memorial Institute, Master Plan, Richland, WARichlandWA
Battelle Memorial Institute, Master Plan, Seattle, WA1967SeattleWA
Battelle Memorial Institute, Northwest Technical Center, Phase 1, Richland, WA
Battelle Memorial Institute, Northwest Technical Center, Phase 2, Richland, WARichlandWA
Battelle Memorial Institute, Residential Center, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Bellevue Public School District, Clyde Hill Elementary School, Clyde Hill, WA1952BellevueWA
Bellevue School District, Medina Elementary School #1, Medina, WA1957
Carlson, A.W., Clinic, Everett, WAEverettWA
Children's Orthopedic Hospital #2, Laurelhurst, Seattle, WA1951-1954SeattleWA
City of Seattle, Parks and Recreation Department, Loyal Heights Fieldhouse, Loyal Heights, Ballard, Seattle, WA1949-1951SeattleWA
City of Seattle, Police Department (SPD), Public Safety Building #2, Seattle, WA1946-1950SeattleWA
City of Seattle, Public Library (SPL), Henry, Susan J., Memorial Branch, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA 1953-1954SeattleWA
College Club #3, Seattle, WA1967SeattleWA
Community Hotel Corporation, Olympic Hotel #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA1923-1924SeattleWA
Condominiums, Port Ludlow, WAPort LudlowWA
Diablo School
Evergreen State College, Science Lab, Phase 1 and II, Olympia, WA1973OlympiaWA
Financial Center, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Georgia-Pacific Lumber and Plywood Corporation, Office Building, Olympia, WA1951-1952OlympiaWA
Hambach Building #4, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Harborview Medical Center, North Wing Trauma Center Tower, Seattle, WA
International Air Terminal, Agana, GuamAganaGuam
International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Office Building and Garage, Downtown, Seattle, WA1962-1964SeattleWA
King County, Central Blood Bank #1, Seattle, WA1945-1946SeattleWA
King County, Department of Stadium Administration, Domed Stadium, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA 1972-1976SeattleWA
KOMO Broadcasting Studio #1, Seattle, WA1948SeattleWA
Magnin, I., Department Store #2, Seattle, WA1953-1954SeattleWA
Meany, Edmond, Hotel, University District, Seattle, WA1929-1931SeattleWA
Metropolitan Building Company, White-Henry-Stuart Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA 1908-1915SeattleWA
Museum of History and Industry #1 (MOHAI), Montlake, Seattle, WA 1948-1950SeattleWA
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Nordstrom, Elmer J., Medical Tower, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Northern Bank and Trust Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA1909SeattleWA
Ohio State University and Batelle Memorial Institute, Academy of Contemporary Problems, Columbus, OHColumbusOH
Olympia School District. McKinley Elementary School, Olympia, WA
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company, Office Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA1975-1976SeattleWA
Park Shore Hotel, Honolulu, HIHonoluluHI
Plymouth Congregational Church #4, Seattle, WA1967-1968SeattleWA
Port Ludlow Development, Port Ludlow, WA1969
Port of Seattle, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Sea-Tac, WA1942-1944Sea-TacWA
Rainier Bank Tower, Downtown, Seattle, WA1972-1977SeattleWA
Richmond Laundry Building, South Lake Union, Seattle, WA
Safeco Insurance Company, Office Building #2, University District, Seattle, WA1973SeattleWA
Seattle 1st National Bank, Incorporated, Headquarters Building #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA1966-1969SeattleWA
Seattle Center, Wright, Bagley, Theatre, Seattle, WA1982-1983SeattleWA
Seattle Post-Intelligencer (P-I), Office and Press Building #4, Wall Street, Seattle, WA1947-1948SeattleWA
Seattle Public Schools, Lincoln, Abraham, High School, Wallingford, Seattle, WA1906-1907SeattleWA
Seattle World's Fair, United States Science Pavilion, Seattle, WA1959-1962SeattleWA
Seattle World's Fair, Washington State Coliseum, Seattle, WA1960-1962SeattleWA
Shannon and Wilson, Properties, Incorporated, Geotechnical Engineers, Office and Laboratory Building, Seattle, WA1960SeattleWA
Snohomish County, Campus Redevelopment Initiative, Snohomish, WA
Sun Mountain Lodge, Methow Valley, WAWinthropWA
Swedish Hospital, Nurses' Home, Eklind Hall, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Telenor Headquarters
United States Government, Department of Justice, Federal Courts, Courthouse #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA2004SeattleWA
United States Government, Federal Office Building #4, Downtown, Seattle, WA2003
United States Government, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Branch, Downtown, Seattle, WA1949-1951SeattleWA
United States Government, Postal Service (USPS), Main Post Office #2, Seattle, WA1958SeattleWA
United States Government, Veterans Administration (VA), Hospital, Seattle, WA1952SeattleWA
University of California, Berkeley (UCB), Hearst Memorial Mining Building, Berkeley, CA1903-1907BerkeleyCA
University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Center Hall, Classroom Building 1, La Jolla, CALa JollaCA
University of Washington, Everett, Campus Plan, Everett, WA2007EverettWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Health Sciences Building #1, Seattle, WA1947-1949SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Marine Sciences Building, Seattle, WA1982-1983SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Physics / Astronomy Building, Seattle, WA1994SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), School of Medicine, Primate and Biological Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA1964SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), South Campus Parking Garage, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Waldo Medical Clinic #1, Northgate, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Waldo, William E., Hospital, Maple Leaf, Seattle, WA1924SeattleWA
Washington Building, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Washington-King County Stadium Authority, Safeco Field, Seattle, WA1997-1999SeattleWA
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Washington State University (WSU), Design Disciplines Building, Pullman, WA1966-1967PullmanWA
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Whitman College, Cordiner Hall, Walla Walla, WA1967Walla WallaWA
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