"We excel at taking everyone's information and connecting the dots"
"Award winning design is only an outcome of our desire to change the world"
"Consistent high level performance is the key to keeping our clients mind's at ease"
We are an award-winning studio specializing in design projects related to senior living, independent care communities, healthcare, corporate office space and hospitality.
Mosaic at a Glance
We save the client money by developing repeatable, sustainable and durable designs that they can use at all of their facilities.
We save the client time by managing their projects from start to finish, and providing them with the full spectrum of design services.
We save the client stress by first analyzing their business needs and challenges, then suggesting practical, cost-effective design solutions to meet them.
We provide the client with the piece of mind of working with the firm that has won awards for its work on senior living facilities as well as corporate properties.
Mosaic Design Philosophy
We don’t believe in neutral spaces; we want our spaces to cause a reaction, a positive reaction. A reaction that creates great impact every time a person walks into a space that Mosaic has designed.
When we can create this reaction, we feel that we’re fulfilling the promise that design holds out: that it can transform and transport people.
And whether it’s a senior living facility or a restaurant, we believe that we can improve the quality of a person’s life by design. If we can create an environment where a couple can have a wonderful dinner in a space that reminds them of a spectacular time they spent in Italy, then we’ve transported them. If we can design surroundings for an elderly person who no longer understands daily life--if we can meet them where they are and allow them to be their best, then we’ve transformed them.
We see our job as designers is to take our clients’ vision and make them a reality, that’s always the job of designers. But at Mosaic believe that our job as humans is to do that and then ask ourselves: Have I taken that vision, made it a reality and in doing it, have I created a space that will improve the quality of life?
If we say, "yes", then we are living our design philosophy. And that’s what we strive for everyday.
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Designing the Perfect Senior Living Environment While Living in It
Lisa Cini, ASID, IIDA, PMP, CHID, President & CEO, Mosaic Design Studio
This session tells the story of the presenter’s three-year social experiment of having four generations of family living under one roof. Hear about real-world best practices for how to deal with space, privacy, safety, and technology that have universal applications to the senior living industry. The presenter will share the experiment’s successes and failures, what technologies really work, and how design challenges were solved. The experiment was so successful that it culminated into a best-selling book: “Hive: The Simple Guide to Multigenerational Living,” to help seniors and their loved ones maneuver through the challenging times of aging in place, wherever they may live.
• Learn which technologies work with seniors and people with Alzheimer' s or dementia.
• Explore design challenges and how they impact quality of life, and understand solutions.
• Identify key social issues that will impact a successfully designed environment.
• Learn the key to assessing generational needs and responding with elements that address safety, privacy, and technology.
More information about EFA can be found here.
LTC 100 is the premier leadership conference exclusively for C-level executives from large skilled nursing providers. Our primary goal is to make LTC 100 hands down the best conference of your year.
The Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) is proud to represent more than 800 nursing facilities, assisted living communities and intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICFs-IID). The Association was established in 1946 to meet the needs of the state's growing number of long-term care professionals, which today totals more than 100,000 exceptional men and women who care for Ohio’s most frail and vulnerable citizens. As an information and education resource to Ohio’s long-term care providers, their suppliers, consultants and to the public at large, OHCA performs a necessary and vital service. OHCA works hard to keep our members informed about the laws and regulations governing the profession. In addition, OHCA strives to identify and communicate best practices in order to ensure continued quality improvement in long-term care. OHCA also works on behalf of the general public, educating state legislators, government officials, the media and consumers on the pressing issues surrounding our profession and the advancements we have made in the delivery of care and services.
More information here.