Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD)

Architects

Johanson, Perry

ID: 1499
Full Name: Perry Bertil Johanson
Occupation: Architect
Gender: M
Nationality: US
Birth Date: 05/09/1910
Death Date: 06/15/1981
Family: Spouse: 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.
Relocation: 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;
Biographical Information: Education: B.Arch., University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1934;
Work 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.
Miscellaneous: SSN: 534-34-2366;
Countries: United States
Structures: 1000 2nd Avenue Office Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1987 (16981)
1st Presbyterian Church #4, Seattle, WA - (6539)
2 Union Square Office Building, Seattle, WA - 1989 (5611)
Alley 24 Mixed-Use Complex, 223 Yale Avenue Office Building, South Lake Union, Seattle, WA - 2004-2006 (11722)
Battelle Memorial Institute, Master Plan, Richland, WA - 1967 (6536)
Battelle Memorial Institute, Master Plan, Seattle, WA - 1967 (6535)
Battelle Memorial Institute, Northwest Technical Center, Phase 1, Richland, WA - (6533)
Battelle Memorial Institute, Northwest Technical Center, Phase 2, Richland, WA - 1969 (6532)
Battelle Memorial Institute, Residential Center, Seattle, WA - 1966 (6529)
Bellevue Public School District, Clyde Hill Elementary School, Clyde Hill, WA - 1952 (4518)
Bellevue School District, Medina Elementary School #1, Medina, WA - 1957 (8009)
Carlson, A.W., Clinic, Everett, WA - 1949 (8001)
Children's Orthopedic Hospital #2, Laurelhurst, Seattle, WA - 1951-1954 (5190)
City of Seattle, Parks and Recreation Department, Loyal Heights Fieldhouse, Loyal Heights, Ballard, Seattle, WA - 1949-1951 (15343)
City of Seattle, Police Department (SPD), Public Safety Building #2, Seattle, WA - 1946-1950 (5177)
College Club #3, Seattle, WA - 1967 (6537)
Community Hotel Corporation, Olympic Hotel #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1923-1924 (3304)
Condominiums, Port Ludlow, WA - 1973 (8888)
Diablo School - 1946 (8000)
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Branch, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1949-1951 (8003)
Financial Center, Seattle, WA - 1972 (6191)
Hambach Building #4, Seattle, WA - 1913 (8511)
Harborview Medical Center, North Wing Trauma Center Tower, Seattle, WA - (12220)
International Air Terminal, Agana, Guam - (10813)
International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Office Building and Garage, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1962-1964 (6228)
King County, Central Blood Bank #1, Seattle, WA - 1945-1946 (13732)
King County, Department of Stadium Administration, Domed Stadium, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA - 1972-1976 (5365)
KOMO Broadcasting Studio #1, Seattle, WA - 1948 (10910)
Magnin, I., Department Store #2, Seattle, WA - 1953-1954 (13289)
Meany, Edmond, Hotel, University District, Seattle, WA - 1929-1931 (4971)
Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), Montlake, Seattle, WA - 1948-1950 (5139)
Naramore, Bain, Brady and Johanson (NBBJ), Architects, 904 7th Avenue Office, Seattle, WA - 1950 (11566)
Nordstrom, Elmer J., Medical Tower, Seattle, WA - 1986 (7025)
Northern Bank and Trust Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1906-1909 (5290)
Ohio State University and Batelle Memorial Institute, Academy of Contemporary Problems, Columbus, OH - 1971-1973 (5053)
Olympia School District. McKinley Elementary School, Olympia, WA - 1949 (7997)
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company, Office Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1975-1976 (6236)
Park Shore Hotel, Honolulu, HI - 1968 (6538)
Plymouth Congregational Church #4, Seattle, WA - 1967-1968 (6229)
Port Ludlow Development, Port Ludlow, WA - 1969 (6531)
Port of Seattle, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Sea-Tac, WA - 1942-1944 (7273)
Rainier Bank Tower, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1972-1977 (5087)
Richmond Laundry Building, South Lake Union, Seattle, WA - 1917 (11723)
Safeco Office Building #2, University District, Seattle, WA - (5609)
Seattle 1st National Bank, Incorporated, Headquarters Building #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 1966-1969 (4265)
Seattle Post-Intelligencer (P-I), Office and Press Building #4, Wall Street, Seattle, WA - 1947-1948 (3109)
Seattle Public Library, Henry, Susan J., Memorial Branch, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA - 1953-1954 (8622)
Seattle Public Schools, Lincoln, Abraham, High School, Seattle, WA - 1906-1907 (8004)
Seattle World's Fair, United States Science Pavilion, Seattle, WA - 1959-1962 (5973)
Seattle World's Fair, Washington State Coliseum, Seattle, WA - 1960-1962 (5972)
Snohomish County, Campus Redevelopment Initiative, Snohomish, WA - (8499)
Sun Mountain Lodge, Methow Valley, WA - (6336)
Swedish Hospital, Nurses' Home, Eklind Hall, Seattle, WA - 1946 (11565)
Telenor Headquarters - None (5134)
United States Government, Department of Justice, Federal Courts, Courthouse #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 2004 (3309)
United States Government, Federal Office Building #4, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 2003 (4789)
United States Government, Postal Service (USPS), Main Post Office #2, Seattle, WA - 1958 (10545)
United States Government, Veterans Administration (VA), Hospital, Seattle, WA - 1952 (8007)
University of California, Berkeley (UCB), Hearst Memorial Mining Building, Berkeley, CA - 1903-1907 (749)
University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Center Hall, Classroom Building 1, La Jolla, CA - (1199)
University of Washington, Everett, Campus Plan, Everett, WA - 2007 (9430)
University of Washington, Seattle, Physics / Astronomy Building - (8645)
University of Washington, Seattle, Primate and Biological Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA - 1964 (15877)
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Health Sciences Building #1, Seattle, WA - 1947-1949 (8002)
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), South Campus Parking Garage, Seattle, WA - (9768)
Waldo Medical Clinic #1, Northgate, Seattle, WA - 1948 (10319)
Waldo, William E., Hospital, Maple Leaf, Seattle, WA - 1924 (8998)
Washington Building, Seattle, WA - 1960 (5151)
Washington-King County Stadium Authority, Safeco Field, Seattle, WA - 1997-1999 (4552)
Washington Mutual Bank, Tower #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA - 2004-2006 (5366)
Washington State University (WSU), Design Disciplines Building, Pullman, WA - 1966-1967 (3783)
Washington State University (WSU), Fine Arts Center, Pullman, WA - 1973 (15213)
Wenatchee Public Schools, Lincoln High School, Wenatchee, WA - 1951 (8005)
Whitman College, Cordiner Hall, Walla Walla, WA - 1967 (6530)
Locations: Architect's Birth:
Greeley, CO
USA
Publications: "Seattle's Urban Sculpture for Motion", AIA Journal, 56: 3, 53-54, 09/1971.
"Outlook: Jurors Praise Scale and Proportions of Architectural Competition Winner", AIA Journal, 56: 3, 8, 1971-09.
"Four Awards for Design in Plywood", AIA Journal, 61: 5, 10, 12, 05/1974.
"Seattle Bank Mounts Major Sculpture", American Institute of Architects Journal, 56: 5, 62, 11/1971.
Bush, James, "Stealing home [Seattle]", Arcade, 22: 2, 31-32, Winter 2003.
Richards, Hugh, "The dome and the safe: critique, Safeco Field, [Seattle, Washington] ", Arcade, 18: 1, 32, Fall 1999.
"Park-School Cooperation Adds to Funds", Architectural Record, 115: 1, 150-151, 01/1954.
"The Fair Becomes Seattle Center", Architectural Record, 133: 2, 02/1963.
"Unusual structural wall for IBM in Seattle", Architectural Record, 104-107, 12/1963.
Gragg, Randy, "Three: 223 Yale at Alley 24", Architectural Record, 195: 1, 110-113, 01/2007.
Johnston, Norman J. , "53. The Physics/Astronomy Building", Campus Guide University of Washington, 74-75, 2001.
GSA Design Awards 2004, 2004: 8-11, 40- 41, 2004.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 210, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, "Naramore, Bain, Brady & Johanson Office Building, 1950", Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 147, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 226, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 117, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 222-223, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 127, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 128, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 131, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 128, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 126, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally B., Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 124, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally B., Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 129, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally B., Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 123, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 1980.
Johanson, Perry B., "The Architect and the Hospital Survey and Construction Act", Journal of the American Institiute of Architects, 8: 2, 58-60, 8/1947.
"Luxurious setting for quality apparel", Pacific Architect and Builder, 61: 9, 14, 1955-09.
"P/A Fifteenth Annual Design Awards Program", Progressive Architecture, 49: 1, 116-119, 1/1968.
Report Camouflage Schools and Office of Civilian Defense Washington State Defense Council 1942-1943, 3-4, 1943.
Steinbrueck, Victor, Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 19, 1953.
Steinbrueck, Victor, Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 38, 1953.
Steinbrueck, Victor, Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 20, 1953.
Steinbrueck, Victor, Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 20, 1953.
Johns, Greg, "Subtle Safeco changes for fans", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, D2, 04/02/2007.
"Growing carefully", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, B6, 08/15/2007.
Thiel, Art, "Jumping through, beyond hoops to sell arena", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, D1, D7, 01/29/2007.
Cheek, Lawrence W., "Architectural Bummers", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, C2, 09/25/2007.
Rolph, Amy, "Everett recommended for new UW campus", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, B3, 11/16/2007.
Bolt, Kristen Millares, "Region's skyline changes as new offices go up", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, E1, E6, 12/29/2005.
Andriesen, David, "Safeco spreading luxury", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, C4, 02/23/2007.
Dizon, Kristin, "A movie and a view", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, C1, 08/04/2007.
Richards, John S., Seattle Public Library 64th Annual Report 1954, 4-5, 1955.
"U.W. Graduates Ready for Degree", Seattle Sunday Times, 12, 06/17/1934.
Dash, Eric, "Patience pays off for Dimon", Seattle Times, E1, E4, 09/30/2008.
"Fieldhouse's Height Will Be Studied", Seattle Times, 19, 06/08/1949.
"Open House at New Park Bldg.", Seattle Times, 39, 06/17/1949.
"Architects Win Fieldhouse Fees", Seattle Times, 11, 09/09/1949.
"First Bite", Seattle Times, 5, 04/27/1949.
Upchurch, Michael, "History set in stone", Seattle Times, C1-C2, 07/22/2008.
"Blood Bank Reception to Be Held Friday in New Building ", Seattle Times, 8, 11/19/1946.
"Loyal Heights Fieldhouse Plans Win O.K.", Seattle Times, 9, 02/11/1949.
"Bliss Moore, Jr., Quits Planning Board", Seattle Times, 8, 1951-05-14.
DeSilver, Drew, "End of WaMu", Seattle Times, A1, A11, 09/26/2008.
Thompson, Lynn, Perry, Nick, "Everett top choice for new UW branch", Seattle Times, A1, A17, 11/16/2007.
"Loyal Heights Fieldhouse Draws Protests", Seattle Times, 27, 06/07/1949.
Farr, Sheila, "The history of museums: a history of our times", Seattle Times,
Anderson, Rick, Curl, Aimee, "The M's $2.5 million paint job", Seattle Weekly, 10-11, 04/09-15/2008.
Ochsner, Jeffrey Karl, "Introduction, A Historical Overview of Architecture in Seattle", Shaping Seattle Architecture A Historical Guide to the Architects, xxxv, 1994.
Wick, Nancy, "No Ivory Tower", University Week, 24: 9, 5, 11/30/2006.
O'Donnell, Catherine, "UW Tower assignments made", University Week, 24: 33, 1, 4, 07/19/2007.
"Tower Makeover", University Week, 25: 28, 1, 05/22/2008.
Dietz, Claire, "Renovation update: Demolition of G & H wings already in progress", University Week, 24: 34, 11, 08/02/2007.
Lowry, Elizabeth, "14 UW Medical Center departments move to UW Tower", University Week, 25: 31, 11, 06/26/2008.
"Better Looking", Western Architect and Engineer, 221: 1, 3, 01/1961.