Design Director, ArtHouse Design
Elizabeth Rosa is an accomplished designer who is well-versed in all aspects of the design industry, including experiential graphics, signage, branding, packaging, marketing and print. Beth approaches design with a perceptive eye and analytic mind to connect verbal and visual cues into strategic, clever solutions. She is passionate about the design intent process and enjoys presenting different views, dimensions, materials and other details to illustrate how a design should be built. 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.
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.
At ArtHouse, Elizabeth Rosa’s leadership on a variety of projects, including wayfinding and signage for hospitals and residential communities, is an invaluable asset. Additionally, her distinguished eye for color, structure and content lends a high level of sophistication to her designs. Beth’s attention to detail sets her apart and her tireless commitment to realizing the client’s vision is unmatched. Beth lends her talent and years of experience to every stage of a project’s development, making her a key player from conceptualization through fabrication.
Elizabeth Rosa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication and Information Design, with a concentration in Graphic Design, from the State University of New York Institute of Technology in Utica, NY, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Denver, CO.
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).