Edwin Seward (1853-1924) was an architect based in Cardiff, Wales. Born in Somerset, Seward trained in Yeovil before moving to Cardiff to work as an assistant to G. E. Robinson. By 1875 he was a member of the firm James, Seward and Thomas and went on to build some of Cardiff's most notable buildings in the late 19th Century.
Works in Cardiff include
- Cardiff Royal Infirmary
- David Morgan department stores building
- two arcades in the city centre
- Cardiff Free Library in the Hayes (1880–82)
- Llanishen Methodist Church
- New Trinity Church United Reform Church (demolished in 1998) at junction of Cowbridge Road East and Theobald Rd. Canton Uniting Church rebuilt on same site.
- St David's Hospital
- Coal Exchange (1884–88) in Mount Stuart Square
- Davies, John; Jenkins, Nigel (2008). The Welsh Academy Encyclopaedia of Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. p. 811. ISBN 978-0-7083-1953-6.
- Glamorgan Gwent Archaeological Trust, Historic Landscape Characterisation, Wyesham. Accessed 4 January 2012
- Cardiff conservation area appraisal
- Borders Opens New Superstore In Cardiff 28 September
- BBC South West Wales: From Harbour to Hotel
- Cardiff between Chicago and Baltimore: Reflections on cultural developments at the Wayback Machine (archived November 3, 2003)