deJong Studio is a full-service architectural firm located in Falls Church, Virginia producing crisp, custom built environments designed to enrich the occupant experience for a diverse group of clients. The studio, founded in 2014, is dedicated to the purpose of making exceptional design and quality construction obtainable for every client. Design services provided begin with schematic design and end with built work.

Christiane deJong, AIA Architect & Principal

With a Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan and Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design, Ms. deJong approaches the design challenge with a multi-disciplinary perspective that brings a unique vision to each project. In practice for more than twenty-five years in Philadelphia and the Washington, D.C. area, she has honed strong design and technical skills leading projects for the award winning architectural firms of Sorg Architects, Moore Architects and Davis Brody Bond. The list of clients she has worked with includes the Smithsonian Institution, D.C. Public Library, U.S. State Department, University of Pennsylvania and Yale University. Several of the projects produced have won design awards. Christiane is licensed to practice architecture in the District of Columbia and Virginia, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED accredited professional as designated by the U.S. Green Building Council.

Robert Arnouts, AIA Architect, Historic Preservation Architect & Principal

Mr. Arnouts is an architect with over four decades of experience as a sole practitioner working with a broad range of building types including commercial, institutional and residential. This exposure has afforded him not only extensive hands on control of project development but ample opportunity to cultivate the engineering and speciality skills needed to deliver exceptional and technically challenging designs. Robert has a Bachelor of Science degree in Historic preservation and a focus in historic restoration, preservation and adaptive reuse work. Additionally he has served on the Talbot County, Maryland Historic Preservation Commission and is a current member of the Historic District Commission in Easton, Maryland.