Beth Rosa

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Design Director

“I appreciate every opportunity to collaborate with other disciplines and am compelled by the challenge of designing solutions to complement the context of beautiful, built environments.”

Leading ArtHouse’s team of award-winning designers, Beth directs projects throughout the entire design process to get each detail right, every step along the way. From design concept to development to implementation, Beth coordinates and manages complex elements from multiple disciplines with skill and grace. Her steadfast efforts and broad knowledge help to consistently exceed clients’ expectations by boosting creativity and productivity for a greater return on their investments.

Beth approaches design with a perceptive eye and analytic mind to connect verbal and visual cues into strategic, clever solutions. She is passionate about design intent and enjoys presenting different views, dimensions, materials and other details to illustrate how a design should be built. With advanced technical skills, Beth is also ArtHouse’s resident expert on municipal and safety codes. She brings large-scale, multi-phase projects through the entire design review process to get custom designs approved by city review boards—and creates signage standard guidelines for stakeholders. Partial to experiential graphic design and wayfinding signage for hospitals, hotels, multi-family properties and city streetscapes, Beth integrates visual expression with original theming to shape the idea of a place.

Beth has won multiple distinctions for her design talents from Graphis, GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards, HOW International Design Awards and the City of Denver Mayor’s Design Awards. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design from Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design and a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Information Design, with a concentration in graphic design, from SUNY Institute of Technology (now SUNY Polytechnic). Beth is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA), Colorado chapter; Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD); and the International Code Council (ICC).

To work with Beth and the ArtHouse Design team, please call ArtHouse at 303.892.9816.

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