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Leticia Sablan-Limpo

Archt. Leticia Sablan Limpo is a Licensed Architect and Interior Designer who has successfully merged both her professions with the highest standards of ethical conduct and unquestionable integrity. She developed and upgraded Interior Design to complement the Architect’s professional services and initiated the drafting of the Interior Design Bill, persisted lobbying in Congress and the Senate until its approval on February 23, 1998 as RA#8534.

She helped organize the Department of Interior Design at the UST College of Architecture with Mercedes Berenguer-Topacio & served as a faculty member for 6 years, for which she was recognized for making her alma mater a premier school for artists and designers in the country.

She sought the Committee on Higher Education’s (CHED) approval for the change in nomenclature of the degree program form BFA major in Interior Design to Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (PSID) and initiated the standardization of the curriculum for all schools with Interior Design Program.

Archt. Limpo was conferred the highest award of distinction by the Phil. Institute of Interior Designers; bestowed the title “Fellow PIID” in 1998 and was awarded as the Outstanding Professional of the Year in the field of Interior Design by the Professional Regulation Commission in 2000.

She took up the Certificate of proficiency in Interior Design at the New York School of Interior Design in 1953.

Archt. Limpo is happily married to Wilson E. Limpo, a 1952 graduate of UST’s College of Architecture & Fine Arts.


  • TOTAL Awards 2009 Souvenir Program
    28 February 2009, UST Plaza Mayor