Libby Laguta was recently elected to American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID) Board of Directors. She joins an outstanding group of interior design professionals, who are passionate about the field of healthcare interior design and its dynamic environment.
“The appointment to the AAHID Board of Directors,” says Laguta, “provides a very important opportunity to advance the practice of healthcare interior design. The leadership of AAHID is committed to fostering a positive change for the association while creating the best environments for healing in healthcare.”
Laguta has over 30 years of healthcare sector experience and is a principal at CDH Partners, a Marietta, Georgia, based architectural design firm. Her experience includes interior design with hospitals, HMO’s, senior living communities, cancer treatment centers, and women and children’s specialty clinics. She also works with organizations to implement long-range interior design master plans.
As a principal and interior designer at CDH Partners, she uses her strong knowledge of materials and best practices to create healthcare spaces that promote wellness, enhance the patient experience, and enable excellent healthcare outcomes. She focuses on building long term relationships with her clients, which includes some of the Southeast’s largest healthcare providers.
She is a published author in interior design trade magazines and has written several articles for Atlanta Hospital News. She is also a nationally qualified interior designer and has completed projects in the Midwest, Northeast, and Southeast United States.
Laguta has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Virginia Commonwealth University.
CDH Partners is consistently one of the top 25 architectural firms in Georgia. It was founded in 1977; and over the years, CDH has repeatedly been recognized as one of the most progressive architectural firms in the state and the southeast.