Celebrating 25 Years
This month marks a significant milestone for our team at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE. We are celebrating 25 years of providing architecture and interior design for hundreds of hospitality, urban housing and mixed-use projects across the country. This body of work embodies our equal focus on creativity, context, budget and program: Pragmatic Beauty.
As we reflect on our work together, we are grateful for the opportunity to influence the built environment that has helped shape the many communities in which we’ve worked.
We are very thankful for our clients, consultants
and contractors to have collaborated on such
meaningful projects over the last 25 years.
I am also particularly proud of the organization
we have nurtured organically to produce design excellence
for another 25 years and beyond.
The partners and associates of our firm continue to focus
on architectural and interior design that will further the aspirations
of our clients and our communities.
25 Projects that Embody Pragmatic Beauty
In order to create authentic, memorable experiences in our design work, we invest more than just our technical expertise. By understanding and engaging our communities, we create more experiences that can transform neighborhoods.
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE has developed a reputation
for being one of the leading architects in the
housing and hospitality industry.
They are very studious about listening
to what the client wants and understanding
trends and vernacular required of the area.
President of Urban Neighborhoods
From the Colorado Club at Palomino Park (1996) and Hotel Monaco (1999) to The Crawford Hotel at Denver Union Station (2014), The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block (2017), Embassy Suites and Hilton Garden Inn Boulder (2017), and the new City Park Golf Clubhouse (2019), we have strived to create places of lasting beauty and value that stand out for their thoughtful design while enhancing the character of their surrounding neighborhoods.
Milestones to Remember
From 1993 through today, we’ve celebrated unique projects and momentous occasions. Click here for a glimpse into what we’ve accomplished over the past 25 years.
As we embark on the next 25 years, we look forward to continuing to partner with others in the community to create solutions that address social responsibility, technological advances, thoughtful density, and careful historic preservation to meet the evolving needs of our cities.
JNS in the News
- Nicole Nathan Paves the Way for Gender Diversity in Architecture and Design – AIA Colorado
- Thanks, But No Thanks: Residents Fear HQ2 Negative Impacts – Bisnow
- Laurel Cherry Creek Tops Out – Colorado Real Estate Journal