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Male, US, born 1908-07-03, died 1990-05-05

Associated with the firms network

Chiarelli and Kirk, Architects; Chiarelli, James J., Architect; Graham, John and Company, Architects and Engineers; Naramore, Bain, Brady, and Johanson, (NBBJ); Priteca and Chiarelli, Architects; Smith, Carroll and Johanson, Architects; Thomas, Grainger and Thomas, Architects; Willatsen, Andrew C.P., Architect


Professional History

Résumé

Draftsman, Andrew Willatsen, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1934-1935; Draftsman, Thomas, Grainger and Thomas, Seattle, WA, 1935-1937; Draftsman, Richard Ellis, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1938; Draftsman, Henry Elmer "Kirk" Kirkemo, Architect, Missoula, MT, 1938; Draftsman, Naramore, Bain, Brady, and Johnson, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1938; Draftsman, F. M. Stokes, Portland, OR, 1939; Draftsman, John Graham and Company, Architects and Engineers, Seattle, WA, 1939; Draftsman, Smith, Carroll and Johanson, Seattle, WA, 1939; Field Architect, Vancouver Housing Authority, Vancouver, WA, c. 1940; Partner, Chiarelli and Kirk, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1945-1950; Principal, James J. Chiarelli, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1950- 1979; Chiarelli moved to a 1717 East Pine Street office in 09/1962.

Teaching

Instructor for Architectural Design, College of Architecture, University of Washington, Seattle (UW), 1947; lectured at the Edison Vocational Technical Institute, Seattle, WA;

Professional Service

When surveyed in 1955, Chiarelli indicated that he was a Registered Architect in the State of WA; President, University Architectural Alumni Association, University of Washington, Seattle, before 1948; Member, Council on Progressive Architecture, c. 1948; Member, American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter; Board Member, American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter, 1955-1958; Chairman, Planning and Urban Development Committee, American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter, 1953; Chairman, Profile Information Committee, American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter, 1954; President, Washington State Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 1956-1958.

Professional Awards

Honor Award, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Washington State Chapter, Walter Brown Clinic, 1947; Gold Medal, VIII Pan American Congress, Rosellini Clinic, 1950; Honor Award, American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter, Tacoma Blood Bank, 1951;

Education

Education

B.Arch., University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Seattle, WA, 1934.

Personal

Spouse

James Chiarelli married Pat Chiarelli in 1947.

Children

When surveyed in 1955, Chiarelli noted that he had had three children. One son, Randall G. (Rico) Chiarelli, went on to become a Lighting Designer for the Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB). (See Moira Macdonald, "Pacific Northwest Ballet's Rico Chiarelli lights the way,"Accessed 04/17/2012.)

Personal Notes

SSN: 531-10-5971;



Associated Locations

  • Spokane, WA (Architect's Birth)
    Spokane, WA

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  • Seattle, WA (Architect's Death)
    Seattle, WA

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PCAD id: 2183


NameDateCityState
4157 West Mercer Way House, Mercer Island, WA1957SeattleWA
5059 Pullman Avenue NE House, Seattle, WA1949SeattleWA
7027 32nd Avenue NE House, Seattle, WA1947
7829 West Mercer Way House, Mercer Island, WA1950Mercer IslandWA
847 East 100th Street House, Maple Leaf, Seattle, WA1948-1949SeattleWA
9239 Matthews Avenue NE, Matthews Beach, Seattle, WA1949SeattleWA
Arcorace House, Seattle, WA1953SeattleWA
Brown, Odessa, Clinic, Seattle, WA1949SeattleWA
C and K Apartments, Seattle, WA1949SeattleWA
Chiarelli, James and Pat, House, Maple Leaf, Seattle, WA1948-1949SeattleWA
Church of the Brethren #2, Maple Leaf, Seattle, WA1948SeattleWA
Clark, Leland J., House, Hilltop, Bellevue, WA1950-1951BellevueWA
Crockett, Samuel L. and Marjorie M., House, Mercer Island, WA1949-1950Mercer IslandWA
Crown Hill Medical-Dental Clinic, Crown Hill, Seattle, WA1947SeattleWA
Daniels House, Norwood Village, Bellevue, WA1951BellevueWA
Kirk, Paul Hayden, Duplex House, 5521 25th Avenue NE, Ravenna, Seattle, WA1945-1945SeattleWA
Kirk, Paul Hayden, Duplex House, 5525 25th Avenue NE, Ravenna, Seattle, WA1945-1945SeattleWA
Kirk, Paul Hayden, Duplex House, 5529 25th Avenue NE, Ravenna, Seattle, WA1945-1945
Lakewood Community Church, Seattle, WA1949SeattleWA
Lundberg, Professor George A., House, Seattle, WA1947
Rader, Dr. Melvin, House, Seattle, WA1949SeattleWA
Roellini’s Four-1Ten Restaurant, Downtown, Seattle, WA 1950-1951SeattleWA
Roman, Herschel and Caryl, House, View Ridge, Seattle, WA1950-1951SeattleWA
Rosellinni, Dr. Leo, Clinic, Seattle, WASeattleWA
San Juan International Camps, Main Lodge, Sperry Peninsula, Lopez Island, WA 1946-1946Lopez IslandWA
Schueler, Lawrence A. and Frances R., House, Port Angeles, WA1947Port AngelesWA
Seattle Center, Opera House, Seattle, WA1960-1962SeattleWA
Tacoma-Pierce County Blood Bank, Incorporated, Tacoma, WA1951TacomaWA
Tavernite House, Seattle, WASeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Burke, Thomas, Memorial Washington State Museum #1, Seattle, WA1962SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Staff Employment Building, Seattle, WA1948SeattleWA