Mary Johnston is a founding partner of Johnston Architects, a successful architectural practice located in Seattle, Washington. Their work is highly regarded for its thoughtful approach and harmonious design.
Johnston and her husband Ray started the firm over thirty years ago in the basement of their Seattle bungalow.
They started the practice with several small residential commissions and a large library remodel.
In today’s episode, you’ll hear among other things, Mary’s top lessons learned from recessions and her advice for pursuing and winning higher caliber work.
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