BY MOLLY ARMBRISTER, DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL | A well-known Denver architecture firm that has had a hand in some of the city’s highest-profile projects in recent years will change its name as it looks to the future of both the city and the company.
J.G. Johnson Architects, a 23-year-old firm located in LoDo, will change its name to JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, effective Thursday. The name is a reflection of founder and partner Jim Johnson and partners Nicole Nathan and Tobias Strohe.
“Partners Nathan and Strohe represent the birth of a second-generation firm that has grown organically and thrived throughout the Great Recession,” the company said in a statement.
“I’m genetically predisposed to be an architect,” Strohe said. “We work with the context of the surroundings and the overall uniqueness of an individual building.”