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Male, born 1956-03-04

Associated with the firms network

Cardwell/Thomas and Associates, Architects; Miller, Peggy, Architect; Snyder Hartung Kane Strauss (SHKS) Architects; Tabasinske and Associates, Architects; Williams, Roger, Architecture/Design/Photography

Professional History


Intern, Tabasinske and Assocates, Architects, Seattle, WA, 06/1983-09/1985.

Intern, Roger Williams Architecture/Design/Photography, Seattle, WA, 03/1985-09/1985.

Intern/Project Manager for numerous public and private projects, Peggy Miller Architect, Seattle, WA, 10/1985-03/1986.

Project Architect/Project Manager, Cardwell Thomas and Associates, Architects, Seattle, WA, 07/1986-11/1998.

Partner, Snyder Hartung Kane Strauss (SHKS) Architects, Seattle, WA, 11/1998-present. According to his LinkedIn autobiography, Hartung had the following responsibilities: "Principal responsible for all phases of project work. Oversight of project design, staff, project management, construction documents and construction phase." (See Linekedin.coml, "Jonathan Hartung," accessed 09//28/2012.)

Professional Activities

Fellow, Northwest Institute for Architecture and Urban Design in Italy, Seattle, WA, c. 2012;

An essay on Hartung on the SHKS web site noted his admiration for Carlo Scarpa’s Castelvecchio Museum in Verona. (See, "People: Jonathan Hartung, Principal," accessed 04/10/2012.)

Professional Awards

Recipient, AIA, Washington Council, Civic Design Merit Award: Bellingham Federal Building, Bellingham, WA, 2018.



B.Arch., University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Seattle, WA, 1975-1979.

M.Arch, University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Seattle, WA, 1979–1983.



He married Colleen M. West on 09/10/1977. (See, Source Citation Washington State Archives; Olympia, Washington; Washington, Marriage Index, 1969-2014, accessed 03/07/2022.)

They divorced on 03/30/2009 in Lincoln County, WA. (See, Source Citation Washington State Archives; Olympia, Washington; Washington State Divorce Indexes, 1969-2014, accessed 03/07/2022.)

Biographical Notes

Hartung enjoyed rowing and was an active member of Green Lake Crew.

President, Associated Recreation Council, Board of Directors, Seattle, WA, 2017.

PCAD id: 3712