Larry E. Johnson, AIA, LEED AP
Principal, Architecture and Historic Resources
Larry E. Johnson formed the Johnson Partnership in 1979. He has a diverse background in community and regional planning, residential and commercial architecture, historic preservation, and project management, as well as a continuing interest in architectural history and design. Larry enjoys working with local craftsmen and artisans, as well as advising his clients to help them obtain their best value for their budgets. He is also recognized as one of the more knowledgeable architects in Seattle regarding Craftsman/Arts & Crafts design.
Larry is a Seattle native and is committed preserving this region's cultural heritage. He is active in various national, regional, and local preservation organizations. He served as past Chair for the Seattle Chapter A.I.A. Historic Resources Committee and past Chair of the Ballard Avenue Historic District. Larry has been serving on the Historic Seattle PDA Council. Larry also provides historic resources consulting. See the Environmental Planning and Historic Resources Services pages for representative projects.
Larry enjoys reading and fly-fishing. On weekends he will likely be found somewhere near or on the water - fishing, boating, or just looking at old wooden boats. Larry received his Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning (1971), and Master of Architecture (1976), both at the University of Washington. He is licensed for Architecture in Washington (1980) and Hawaii (1983).