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Bruce M. Walker Edit Profile

Architect

Bruce M. Walker, American architect. Registered architect, Washington, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon, Montana. Recipient Julius Armory Appleton award Harvard University, 1950, 1st honor award Washington Water Power-American Institute of Architects, 1954, Convent of the Holy Names, 1969, Design award Convent of the Holy Names-Progressive Architecture, 1969, Spokane City/County Public Safety Building, 1970.

Background

Walker, Bruce M. was born on June 29, 1923 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Russell and Ann (Sparks) Walker.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Washington, 1947. Master in Architecture, Harvard University, 1951.

Career

Commissioned ensign United States Navy, 1945, advance through grades to lieutenant. Designer The Architects Collaborative, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1950-1951. Owner, founder WFML, P.S., Architects & Engineers, Spokane, from 1953.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Washington, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon, Montana.

Membership

Member Spokane City Plan Commission, 1978, Washington State Arts Commission, 1975-1979. Board directors Eastern Washington State History Society, Spokane, since 1987. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

Member Manito Country Club (president Spokane chapter 1985).

Connections

Married Ottilie Walker. Children: Kim, Mark, Todd, Annual.

father:
Russell Walker

mother:
Ann (Sparks) Walker

spouse:
Ottilie Walker

child:
Kim Walker

child:
Mark Walker

child:
Todd Walker

child:
Annual Walker