David Johnston Architects offers large-firm architectural, planning & development and interior design resources with a small firm’s ability to provide individualized attention.

After working for several years in Aspen, David Johnston started his firm in 1997 with a vision of helping clients fulfill their architectural aspirations through a creative and courteous approach. Today, David Johnston Architects is a full-service architecture and planning firm with a team of designers, planners, project managers and production staff who are passionate about quality design and hands-on service for residential, commercial and mixed use projects.

David Johnston Architects encourages constant client-architect communication. From initial site analysis and schematic concept to finished design drawings, construction documents and construction administration, the team at David Johnston Architects guides clients through the creative journey of designing and building a home or project.

Seeking out projects that vary in size, style and function, David Johnston Architects doesn’t have a “look.” The firm’s portfolio spans styles from American Farmhouse, Contemporary and Colorado Mountain to French Country, Tuscan and English Cottage, and the starting point for all designs is the client’s goals. In addition to residential architecture, David Johnston Architects specializes in full scale land-use planning, connecting developers with projects.
Contact: DJA Aspen
Location: 119 South Spring St. Suite 203
Aspen, CO 81611
Commented: Ceiling? It is a dome vault. It was very difficult to construct as well as to get the tile to line up.
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Commented: Can you share the tile maker and style info? Thanks! This page shows all of the tiles: http://www.sainttropezboutique.us/products/tiles/fez-tiles.aspx
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Commented: Can you tell me what kind of vent hood that is? The shell of the hood was custom designed in our office, then fabrication was coordinated through Mike Scott at Thurston Kitchens in Aspen.
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