Courtney Johnston

IIDA, LEED AP
Principal, Corporate Interiors, Dallas

Courtney grew up in a family with both design and academic backgrounds: her mother was an interior designer and her father a university professor in architecture. From a young age, this access to art and creativity allowed her to be curious and encouraged a passion for applied and visual arts.

Courtney holds the practice of interior design in high esteem, believing that it’s the most humanistic of the design disciplines and a perfect complement to architecture. She truly believes in the strength of a diverse team that brings complementing viewpoints to a project to make the outcome better than expected. She is fueled by the desire to create memorable work and provide thoughtful solutions to complex challenges.

In her free time, Courtney extends her work experience into volunteer opportunities with the American Heart Association, the PTA organizations of her three daughters’ schools, and her neighborhood association.

“My architect father would always say ‘work from the overall to the small.’ I think that has helped me to keep the big picture perspective and look to the future, tackling strategic actions and processes.”
Courtney at a media event
Presenting the Old Dallas High School at a media event.
She has two rescue dogs – Holly and Maddie.
Hobbies at Home

Courtney and her husband, a landscape architect, love doing DIY projects around the house. Together they have designed and built modern dollhouses for their daughters as well as completely renovated their home.

Courtney's Featured Work

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The Richards Group
Dallas, Texas
Exterior dusk shot
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Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy and Research at The Star
Frisco, Texas
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Our Dallas Studio
Dallas, Texas
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Wichita State University Experiential Engineering Building
Wichita, Kansas