The Johnson Partnership Blog

The Society of Architectural Historians' 73rd Annual International Conference was set to be held in Seattle this week. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the SAH decided to hold a virtual conference, taking place yesterday and today. Since May 2019, Ellen and Audrey have been preparing a...

NB: this site visit was conducted before the Governor's stay-at-home order went into effect. No social distancing guidelines were violated in the making of this post! The last time we checked in on this Vashon Island remodel, the restored windows had not yet been installed, and...

While we continue working from home, we're revisiting the progress on some of our projects from the previous several months. (In other words, no social-distancing rules were broken in the taking of these photographs!) In February, framing continued on this complex remodel and addition project near...

  To our clients, colleagues, and friends,   This week we completed our transition to working from our homes (workstations pictured here!). We remain open for business, providing both architecture and preservation services. In the spirit of transparency and responsibility, we want you to know we are following Governor...

Five years ago, we built a cabin for a client at Lake Cavanaugh in Skagit County. Last week our client sent us this photo of their cabin and the accompanying garage, which includes a second-floor apartment. It's always a pleasure to see one of our...

Our colleague Ellen, principal and director of our historic resources services, has contributed more than two dozen articles for the newly-launched Archipedia. A project of the Society of Architectural Historians, Archipedia is a collaborative, peer-reviewed online encyclopedia dedicated to architecture and the built environment of...