November 2019

November 2019
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November 2019

Cheers to an Inspiring Career!

This month, we 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 played a pivotal role in transforming Denver’s skyline through meaningful architecture and historic preservation. His dedication to contextual design and his aspiration to deliver solutions that elegantly address practical needs remain signature elements of JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s work.

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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. Click through this gallery for some of his most memorable projects in Denver and beyond.

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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.

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JNS in the News

Work begins on 14-story Hyatt Centric hotel downtown (BusinessDen)

See the winners of the 2019 Mayor’s Design Awards (slideshow) (BusinessDen)

These 12 Denver projects are 2019 Mayor’s Design Awards winners (Denver Post)