David Johnston Architects

(970) 925-3444
www.djarchitects.com

Business Description
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.
Location:
Aspen, CO US 
Contact:
DJA Aspen 
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Address:
119 South Spring St. Suite 203
Aspen, CO 81611 
Fax:
(970) 925-2186 
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Jim RemodellingIsRelaxing
Joanna I love the idea of having an opening in the door as an option (Sandy Spring Builders pic), instead of a transom above the door. We're a tall bunch and that would allow entry/exit without the risk of hitting our heads on the transom.
One question if anyone knows - in the Walker Zanger picture above, what is that top door pivoting hinge connected to? It looks like it is secured to the transom, but that cannot be since the transom could never be opened - I'd love to see a closeup of that.
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Yes the pivot hinge is secured to the transom. The two clips to the left and right of the transom are stationary clips, thus making the transom non operable, which allows you to securely use the glass to glass pivot hinge barring that the other stationary panels are inset into the opening rather than siliconed on top.
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Review by Kaegebein Fine Homebuilding:

I have worked with David, Brian and the whole team at DJA on several projects. They are incredible at what they do. As a builder, I can count on them to provi...
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David Johnston Architects provides outstanding architectural design and project management services. I have worked with them on several projects over the years ...
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I've worked with David Johnston's office for a number of years and have always enjoyed the collaboration of the architects on his staff. They are do excellent ...
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