September 2017

September 2017

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September 2017


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The Mercantile Hotel: Digging Deep Into Missoula’s History

At JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, we always strive to design buildings that are contextual to their surroundings – honoring the community’s past, celebrating its present and welcoming its future. Our inspiration comes from a number of sources, and sometimes from the most unexpected places, including the site itself.

When construction began at one of our latest projects, The Mercantile Hotel in Missoula, Montana, no one expected the surprise found beneath the site. While digging the building’s foundation, construction crews discovered a tunnel. Read more…


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The Ramble Hotel: Design Is In The Details

The JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE-designed Ramble Hotel is set to open in 2018, and each day the Old World-inspired design details are taking shape.

Authentic design and materials are at the heart of the four-story, 50-room Ramble Hotel. Our design creates a distinct, inspiring experience that reflects the surrounding RiNo neighborhood’s industrial history and draws inspiration from the creative tenants who line its streets. Read more…


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Doubletree Greeley at Lincoln Park: Celebrating Greeley’s Past and Present

Celebrating a community’s heritage is one of the hallmarks of JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s design philosophy. For the six-story, 147-key DoubleTree by Hilton Greeley at Lincoln Park, we drew inspiration from both past and present to infuse the space with local character.

Our design team collected a series of agricultural and industrial tools that reflect the area’s rich history. These artifacts, some of which date back to the early 1900s, are now prominently featured in our design for the hotel, which celebrated its grand opening on Sept. 15. Read more…


JOHNSON-NATHAN-STROHE-Rockies-GameJNS Out and About

The hustle and bustle of summer might be coming to an end, but the JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE team is far from slowing down. From conferences to ball games to our architecture and design work, the beginning of fall has already kept us pretty busy. Read more…


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