Johnson Architecture

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Johnson Architecture is an architecture firm based in Fresno, California. The firm was founded in 1991 by Principal Architect, Christopher A. Johnson. Johnson Architecture is a firm in the Central Valley that specializes in historic preservation, renovation, rehabilitation and urban revitalization.

About the Firm[edit]

Johnson Architecture has contributed to preservation and rebuilding historic architecture in Fresno.

Projects[edit]

National Register of Historic Places Projects[edit]

  • Historic Old Administration Building, Fresno, California
  • Hotel Californian, Fresno, California
  • Kearney Mansion, Fresno, California
  • Louis Einstein Home – YWCA Activity Building – Julia Morgan, Fresno, California
  • One Bunker Hill – Los Angeles, California
  • San Joaquin Light and Power Corporation Building, Fresno, California
  • Santa Fe Depot, Fresno, California
  • Tower Theater, Fresno, California
  • YWCA Residence Hall – Julia Morgan, Fresno, California

Local Register of Historic Resources Projects[edit]

  • Hanford Courthouse Park, Hanford, CA
  • Hotel Virginia, Fresno, CA
  • Mason Building, Fresno, CA
  • Rowell Building, Fresno, CA
  • T.W. Patterson Building, Fresno, CA

Awards and recognition[edit]

  • Governor’s Historic Preservation Award – 2006 – Governor Schwarzenegger, State of California[1]
  • Excellence In Transportation Award – 2006 – Historic Preservation, California Department of Transportation
  • Award of Excellence – 2005 – American Institute of Architects – SJC
  • Preservation Design Award – 2005 – California Preservation Foundation
  • Historic Preservation Award – 2005 – Fresno City and County Historical Society
  • Preservationist of the Year – 2004 – Pat & Russ Fey Memorial Award
  • Award of Merit – 2003 – American Institute of Architects – SJC
  • City of Fresno Commendation – 2002
  • Preservation Award – Volunteer of the Year 1999 – Fresno City and County Historical Society
  • Award of Honor – 1997 – American Institute of Architects – SJC
  • Retail Design Award 1989 – Interiors Magazine – Gallery of Modern Art
  • Concrete Masonry Award 1989 – Gallery of Modern Art – Shimazu
  • Residential Design Award 1980 – American Institute of Architects – SJC

References[edit]

  1. ^ Santa Fe Depot Project Receives Governor’s Historic Preservation Award for 2006

External links[edit]

Johnson Architecture