Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD)

Architects

Richardson, Stephen

ID: 2364
Full Name: Stephen Hinley Richardson
Occupation: Architect
Gender: M
Nationality: US
Birth Date: 07/15/1910
Death Date: 10/22/1984
Family: Relocation: Richardson reported an address of 4732 47th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA, in 1942;
Biographical Information: Education: M.Arch., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, 1935;
Work History: 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 Awards: Post College: The University of Washington, Seattle, Men's Residence Hall received a Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects, 1955; Richardson was made a Fellow, American Institute of Architects, 1967.
Countries: United States
Locations: Architect's Birth:
Ogden, UT
USA
Architect's Death:
Seattle, WA
USA
Publications: "AIA awards", Architectural Forum, 97: 158-159, 1952-07.
"New dorms for coeds", Architectural Forum, 118: 86-87, 03/1963.
"Hospital designed to bring cheer to children", Architectural Forum, 100: 138-143, 01/1953.
"Schools", Architectural Record, 135: 145-164, 2/1964.
"Houses of the northwest", Architectural Record, 113: 147-178, 4/1953.
Johnston, Norman J., "Terry-Lander Halls", Campus Guide University of Washington, 107, 2001.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 222, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 226, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally B., Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 123, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally B., Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 129, 1980.
Mid-Century Architecture in America, 162, 1961.
Eckardt, Wolf Von, "Young, Richardson, Carleton and Detlie", Mid-Century Architecture in America, 78-79, 1961.
"Bothell State Bank, Bothell, Wash. ", Progressive Architecture, 30: 58-59, 1949-03.
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.
"Growing carefully", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, B6, 08/15/2007.
"Open House at New Park Bldg.", Seattle Times, 39, 06/17/1949.
"Dedication Set for Fisheries Center", Seattle Times, 39, 10/29/1950.
"Fisheries Center Will be Dedicated", Seattle Times, 15, 11/26/1950.
"Fisheries 'Library' Has 200,000 Specimens", Seattle Times, 98, 03/28/1954.