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Founded in 2001 by architect Ernesto Santalla, AIA LEED AP, Studio Santalla, Inc. is located at the corner of 31st and M Streets in Georgetown, Washington, DC.

Ernesto was born in Cuba and received a degree in Architecture from Cornell University in 1984, following which he moved to Washington, DC, and became a registered architect. Since then, he has contributed to the changing skyline of DC and worked on projects in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Europe. His work has been widely published and received numerous awards.

Studio Santalla offers professional services in Architecture, Interior Design, and Graphic Design. This website creates a window to Studio Santalla's projects, ideas and process–just enough to whet the appetite. We invite you to visit our office to learn more about us and our work.

Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“Fabric floormat cement wall” — Sean Goh
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“Window wall” — jump137
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“M” — kitzia
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“Brown tones” — kirbyduff
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“matching tones in tile and carpet” — melissaideabook
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“c” — anitahed
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“lighting” — Victoria Reginato CKD
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“Flooring” — Jonathan Evergreen
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“same building” — jessjp
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A 1960’s era building, the Lobby was last renovated in the 1980’s and in 2008, when they decided (read, had the funds) to overhaul the space, we interpreted it in a new, fresh way, in line with the current era. Our goals were to meet the client’s simple program, which included direct access to the elevator bank, a new front desk to incorporate all the technologies that had been...More
“Door” — iheartwhite
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