For 40 years, we've designed buildings with one thing in mind — people.
A full continuum of can-do.
From healthcare to hospitality — and everything in between — Studio Design Group Architects lead projects in the right direction.
New Project Video Spotlight
Studio Design Group Architects recently designed an innovative expansion to the Oppenheimer Center for Emergency Medicine at French Hospital Medical Center. Watch our 3D modeling animation, used to bring our healthcare design project to life for prospective donors and local community members.
"Studio Design Group Architects has provided architectural services for over $40 million of construction at French Hospital Medical Center in San Luis Obispo, California. Studio Design Group's strong design skills translate project programs and goals into lasting, functional and thoughtfully detailed environments that are a pleasure for staff, visitors and patients alike. We greatly appreciate the professionalism, leadership and design expertise of Studio Design Group. Their work is a proud example of architectural vision and true dedication."
ALAN IFTINIUK, PRESIDENT & CEO, FRENCH HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER
More architects per square foot.
Studio Design Group is home to a concentrated assembly of architects. Together we lend our collective insight and creativity to each phase of the design, planning and building process.
Built to code. And to care.
Studio Design Group Architects thrive on balancing the technical rigors of healthcare building code with functional needs of caregivers, patients, and families eager to find a corner of respite — a space where healing happens.
Latest News at Studio Design Group
We live and breathe design. Read about our latest thoughts on all things architecture.
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