- NCIDQ Cert. #016090
- PMP Project Management Professional #1247436
- GSA Contract #GS-29F-0006X
- WBENC Cert. #247246
- FBE Certified by the City of Columbus
Lisa Cini, ASID, IIDA
America’s foremost authority on interior design of senior living facilities.
Lisa is an award-winning, internationally-recognized designer with more than 20 years experience developing the interiors of long term care centers. Her latest book, entitled: The Future is Here: Senior Living Reimagined,” is due out this year, and she is writing a second book on the design of memory care facilities.
Lisa frequently speaks on topics ranging from Alzheimer and dementia care to technology at senior living industry conferences as well as general business forums. She has been published worldwide and is a monthly contributor to national senior living websites and magazines. Considered a visionary in her field, she is credited with developing repeatable, sustainable and durable designs that save her clients time and money because they can use them at all of their facilities.
Lisa has received a multitude of awards and honors for her design skills and business and leadership acumen, and has shared her senior living design expertise on the program “Today in America with Terry Bradshaw.”
Her company, Mosaic Design Studio, is the nation’s leading provider of design services for senior living, long term care and health care institutions. The company, which achieved an annual growth rate of nearly 150% over the past three years, is also active in global commercial design, project management and procurement. Mosaic has worked with such high profile clients as the National Hockey League, the U.S. Military, Brio Bravo Restaurants, PGA Tour Country Clubs and various hotels.
Lisa began accumulating her extraordinary insights into senior living design earlier career, when she served as a facilities planner for one of the nation’s largest developers of assisted living centers. In that position she had the opportunity to “live with the design” by staying for days at a time with the residents of the facilities that she later redesigned.
She is active in a variety of public service and charitable organizations including those dedicated to creating leadership opportunities for women, protecting poor residents of developing countries, and helping families affected by childhood cancer.