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2019 at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE

This past year, our JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE team celebrated various milestones, projects and award wins that we are incredibly proud of. Please join us in looking back at some of our favorite highlights of 2019 – from the opening of Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station to celebrating the 5-year anniversary of Denver Union Station…

Happy Holidays from JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE!

As 2020 nears and our team busily wraps up end of year projects, we’ve been intentional to take some time to appreciate the holiday season! Denver is a magical place during the holidays, especially Downtown which always dons festive décor, glowing lights and an occasional layer (or many this season!) of snow.  This month, our…

Continuing the JNS Legacy

As we celebrate the career of JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Founding Partner Jim Johnson, we enthusiastically look ahead to the promising next chapter of our firm.  For more than 25 years, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE has established a strong foundation for success, which will continue under our leadership team of Nicole Nathan, Tobias Strohe, Tom Current and…

Transit Oriented Housing at Sheridan Station

The following article is written by JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Founding Partner Jim Johnson, AIA.  Our increasingly difficult affordable housing problems in Denver and similar cities worldwide are often aided with public-private partnerships between multiple caring parties. Shelter consumes the biggest portion of living expenses for the lower income population, followed closely by transportation costs. When…

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A Few of Our Founder’s Favorite Projects

To honor JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Founder Jim Johnson as he retires this year, we reminisced on some of his favorite projects throughout his 43-year career in architecture. Check out some of his most memorable projects in Denver and beyond. Vail Pass Early in his career, between 1975 and 1976, Jim Johnson (an avid skier!) designed…

Cheers to an Inspiring Career!

This month, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE raised a glass and celebrated the remarkable career of our Founding Partner Jim Johnson. From the Rocky Mountains to the California coast to downtown Denver, Jim has built a reputation for creating iconic places of lasting beauty and value.  Since founding our firm as JG Johnson Architects in 1993, Jim has…

Woodie Fisher Honored at the Mayor’s Design Awards

This month, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE received a Mayor’s Design Award for our work on Woodie Fisher, part of the Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station. The extensive seven-year undertaking to rehabilitate the 130-year-old Hose House No. 1 building resulted in a timeless, contemporary restaurant in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood.  Constructed in 1881, the Denver Hose House…

Celebrating the Contributions and Achievements of our Founder, Jim Johnson, AIA

JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE is honored to celebrate our Founding Partner, Jim Johnson, as he retires from an extraordinary 43-year architecture career in December. Lending his architectural design expertise on many hospitality, urban housing and mixed-use projects, Jim’s work has helped shape the built environment in beneficial ways in Denver and beyond.   Since founding our firm…

JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Showcases Meticulous Design of Hilton Garden Inn at Denver Design Week

Every year during Denver Design Week, we look forward to connecting with Denver’s thriving design community and finding inspiration in the way architecture and design can have a positive and meaningful impact in our world. This year, we were thrilled to host our own DDW session and share our expertise through a tour and panel at the new Hilton…

Nicole Nathan Featured in milehimodern

Our very own Nicole Nathan, partner at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, recently met with milehimodern at the one and only Moxy Denver Cherry Creek. Read her full interview here and also below! Is there a project you are most proud of? I am most proud of The Maven in Dairy Block in downtown Denver. I think it fits well in…

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