Matt’s Stock Island Kitchen & Bar: The Blue String Incident
Adding a personal touch to a project not only provides our designs at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE with something uniquely contextual, but it also fills our cups as designers.
Recognizing an opportunity to go above and beyond in the design for Matt’s Stock Island Kitchen & Bar at The Perry Hotel Key West, our designers took the initiative to handcraft a one-of-a-kind element. All it took was a little ingenuity, some white string and copious amounts of blue dye. Read more…
18th and Market: New Life in LoDo
Designing spaces that reflect their context is at the core of our design process at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE. As Denver continues to grow, we are doing our part to ensure each neighborhood retains its unique character. After all, that is what attracts people who move here in the first place.
One of the most distinct neighborhoods in Denver is Lower Downtown (LoDo). Known for its bustling restaurant and bar scene, LoDo’s charming blend of history and modernity attracts people from all different backgrounds. That’s the spirit we have captured in our 18th and Market urban housing project. Read more…
Meet JNS: Kayla McVey, Interior Designer
Please extend a warm welcome to JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s newest interior designer, Kayla McVey!
Kayla brings more than five years of design experience to the team. She believes the best part of interior design is creating a space that stems from user experience. Aligning with JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s focus on Pragmatic Beauty, Kayla enjoys creating spaces that are simultaneously solution-based, functional and beautiful. With her experience in restaurant, retail and boutique hotel design, Kayla is the perfect addition to our team. Read more…