Male, born 1922-05-29, died 2009-11-27

Associated with the firm network

Bower, Ted D., Architect

Professional History


Principal, Ted Bower, Architect, Seattle, c. 1960. Bower worked with architect Wendell H. Lovett (b. 1922) on the Information Kiosks at the Seattle World's Fair of 1962.

Bower won a 1963 American Institute of Architects, Seattle Chapter, Honor Award for a Ten-Unit Apartment Building at 2221 NE 46th St., Seattle, WA.



In 1993, Bower lived at 3860 East Olive Street, Seattle, Washington 98122-0101. Bower's last address was on Lopez Island, WA.


He married Diana Bower.

Biographical Notes

Bower traveled to Japan in the 1950s. Bower left Kobe, Yokohama, Japan, aboard the M.S. Hikawa Maru on 04/02/1954. Arrived in Seattle, WA, on 04/17/1954. SSN: 190-18-8356.

PCAD id: 5375