This month we celebrated Tobias Strohe’s 20th anniversary at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE. With a keen sense of contextual design and unparalleled attention to detail, Tobias has already left an indelible mark on the architecture and design community. Some of his notable projects include the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel, San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter, Jack Kerouac Lofts, Pierside South Apartments, The Crawford Hotel at Union Station and Turntable Studios.
A second-generation architect, Tobias says he “caught the bug” when he was only 10 years old, tagging along with his dad to the office.
Born and raised in Germany, he attended school in Germany and Austria (Dresden and Vienna Universities of Technology). His first project was the renovation and adaptive reuse of a multiple-building historic winery into a hotel, private residence, orangery and event building. After receiving his master’s degree, he moved to Colorado where he found a home at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE in 1999. He became a partner with the firm in 2013.
We are so grateful for Tobias’ inspired design and leadership over the last two decades. Here’s to all the years to come!