May 2017

May 2017

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May 2017


The Moxy Hotel Design, Denver, CO

Marriott Moxy Hotel Denver Tops Out

The Marriott Moxy Hotel Denver/Cherry Creek recently celebrated its topping out, and we couldn’t be more excited to see the final product! Our construction partners at GE Johnson Construction Company broke ground in April 2016 and the hotel is scheduled to open in fall 2017.

The Moxy Hotel is a lifestyle brand by Marriott that caters to the Millennial business traveler. The brand bills itself as a ’boutique hotel with the social heart of a hostel’. JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s design for the hotel drew inspiration from the ‘industry-chic’ vibe of Denver and Cherry Creek. Read more…


IIDA Pret-a-Porter Runway: Johnson Nathan Strohe

Fashion, Finishes and Friends at the 2017 Pret-a-Porter

A night filled with fashion, finishes and friends, the 2017 Pret-a-Porter was unlike anything else in Denver. This was our second year participating in the International Interior Design Association Rocky Mountain Chapter (IIDA) event, and we were honored to be among so many innovative designs.

The JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE team, along with partner Haworth, created a one-of-a-kind piece that exudes strength, beauty and style. Read more…


Tanner's House Grand Opening: Johnson Nathan Strohe Architecture

Brent’s Place Campus: Grand Opening of Tanner’s House

In 2007, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE partnered with the Brent Eley Foundation to design Brent’s Place, located just blocks from the new Children’s Hospital Colorado and Anschutz Medical Campus. The facility, which opened in 2009, serves as a medical hospitality house to address the special needs of a population in the pediatric oncology/hematology treatment community that would otherwise go unserved.

In 2012, the Foundation decided to expand their operations, partnering once again with JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE and several generous community donors to design Tanner’s House. Ushering in a new era for the organization, Tanner’s House celebrated its grand opening on May 20 and will begin accepting patients in June. Read more…


Cleworth Architectural Legacy Project: Johnson Nathan Strohe

Cleworth Architectural Legacy Project: Inspiring the Next Generation of Leaders

For the past 10 years, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE has supported the Cleworth Architectural Legacy (CAL) Project, the flagship program of the Denver Architectural Foundation (DAF).

Designed to bring architecture into the classroom as a method of connecting Denver Public School students with their built environment, the CAL Project provides a unique opportunity for architects to step back from the drafting table and help inspire the next generation of dreamers, builders, designers, and architects. Read more…


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