Johnson Bank today Arizona Trust Bank

Johnson Bank’s desire was to portray a very traditional image of established wealth. The design, influenced both by early Arizona territorial buildings and selected features of Pueblo Revival design, is characterized by a flat roof version of Spanish Colonial design, expansive decks, and a tower, fashioned by stones which span the full thickness of the wall.
The full-width portal uses a simple beam and corbel structure which spans the spaces between columns. The resulting arcades and the tower create the essence of the building’s front elevation. Interior features include hand-scraped, walnut flooring over sleepers to create a hollow sound reminiscent of historic raisedhardwood flooring over joists.
Many of the bank’s cabinets, designed to continue the early 1900’s theme, are solid walnut with a tung oil finish. The masonry building is finished with cement-based, hard-troweled plaster. The result is a building that welcomes customers, while creating an impression of warmth, solidity, and tradition.