Seattle Buddhist Church
Although it was designed by Japanese American Kichio Allen Arai, the architect of record was Pierce A. Horrocks, because Arai lacked an architectural license. It replaced an earlier Seattle Buddhist Church (built 1906–1908 by Saunders & Lawton, Charles W. Saunders and George Willis Lawton) that was torn down as part of the Yesler Terrace project.
The building is a designated Seattle landmark.
- Rash, David A. (2014). "Kichio Allen Arai". In Ochsner, Jeffrey Karl; Suttles, Wayne P (eds.). Shaping Seattle Architecture: A Historical Guide to the Architects. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press. ISBN 9780295993485. OCLC 856647647.
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