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Male, US, born 1910-07-15, died 1984-10-22

Associated with the firms network

Naramore and Brady, Architects; Naramore, Floyd, Architect; Young and Richardson, Architects and Engineers; Young, Richardson, and Carleton, Architects and Engineers; Young, Richardson, Carleton and Detlie, Architects and Engineers


Professional History

Résumé

Draftsman, Floyd A. Naramore, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1935-1938; Designer, Naramore and Brady, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1938-1941; Partner, [Arrigo M.] Young and Richardson, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1941-1950; Partner, Young, Richardson, Carleton and Detlie, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1950-1956; Partner, Young, Richardson and Carleton, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1956-1967; Principal, The Richardson Associates (TRA), Seattle, WA, 1967-1970; the address of The Richardson Associates was 511 Central Building, Seattle, in 1970. It moved across 3rd Avenue in 1970 to a renovated Seattle Chamber of Commerce Building at 215 Columbia Street, where it remained until 1997. (Arrigo M. Young, an early partner of Richardson's served as the Chamber of Commerce Building's original Structural Engineer.) Richardson retired from the firm when it moved in 1970. Partners of TRA included: Richardson (1950), William Carleton (1950), Allen D. Moses (1967), Phillip L. Jacobson (1967), John Rogers (1967), James Hussey (1967), Gerald Williams (1973), Arthur Sirjord (1973), Daniel Farr (1977), Edward McCagg (1979), Robert Nixon (1983), George Oistad (1984), Jerome Ernst (1986), Carl Robart (1988) and Howard Williamson (1990).

Professional Service

Completed 15-week course, Camouflage School, Camouflage Division, Office of Civilian Defense, University of Washington, 10-12/1942. Richardson joined the American Institute of Architects, Washington Chapter, in 1943. Seattle architect Victor Steinbrueck moderated a panel discussion of "concepts of design in architecture" held at a 09/08/1960 meeting of the American Institute of Architects. Panel participants included Alan Liddle, Anker Molver, William J. Bain and Stephen Richardson. (See "Architects Will Meet Thursday," Seattle Times, 09/04/1960, p. 22.)

Professional Awards

The University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Men's Residence Hall received a Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects, 1955; Richardson was made a Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA), 1967.

Education

M.Arch., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, 1935;

Personal

Richardson reported an address of 4732 47th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA, in 1942;



Associated Locations

  • Ogden, UT (Architect's Birth)
    Ogden, UT

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

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PCAD id: 2364


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