JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE is a collaborative firm that strives to create experiences through architecture and design.
We are responsive to context, budget, and program. Our work reflects creativity teamed with practicality, for design solutions that transcend the norm – we call it Pragmatic Beauty™.

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Working with Jim Johnson’s organized and motivated group of talented young architects is a creative pleasure for a developer like me who loves the creative process. The Denver Union Station project is one of the most complicated preservation projects in recent history. The Johnson team met every challenge.
Dana Crawford, Urban Neighborhoods

JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE is probably one of the top hospitality architects in the country. They understand what’s really important in our business. Functionality is as important as the aesthetic. They understand that, and do a great job from a space-planning and design perspective.
Walter Isenberg, Sage Hospitality Resources

JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE has been a partner with us on some of our most prestigious development projects. They are a developer's architect, who are experts in the relative product type, and understand the art of balancing exceptional architecture with a viable pro-forma. They are a relationship based firm that is incredibly loyal and passionate about their work. A great team to work with.
Dean Barber, McWhinney

They should change their name to Solutions Inc., that's what they provide.
Chuck Carefoot, Ryan Companies

We have been extremely pleased with the JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE team and have thoroughly enjoyed working with the firm on four projects in Denver. Their designs are thoughtful and creative while staying respectful and responsive to the needs of the client. They have produced high-quality work under tight deadlines and we have never had to question whether we can count on them to perform.
Matthew Schildt, Trammell Crow Residential

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At 35, Could the 16th Street Mall Use a $68 Million Facelift?

BY MARGARET JACKSON, WESTWORD | In the 35 years since it was created, Denver’s 16th Street Mall has morphed from the heart and soul of downtown Denver into a sometime civic embarrassment showing its age. The mall is an important transit corridor, with up to 45,000 riders using the Regional Transportation District’s Free MallRide each…

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The Parry Hotel Design, Key West: Johnson Nathan Strohe

The Perry is true to Key West’s seafaring history

BY MEGAN PADILLA, TRAVEL WEEKLY | “The Perry is not your typical Key West hotel,” said managing director Mike Hartman. “We’re embracing our amazing waterfront location as part of a story that needs to be told in order to truly understand and appreciate the area’s local culture and unique character. We’re blending history with a…

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The Maven Hotel Denver Room Design

LoDo’s Maven Hotel Amps Up The Experiential

BY DEES STRIBLING, BISNOW | When the Maven Hotel in LoDo opened its doors this week, one of the independent hotel’s goals was to provide its guests a distinctive sense of place, that holy grail of hoteliers looking to attract Millennials and others wanting something besides standard hotel-ness. “Design is more powerful when it embraces…

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