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Lynne Hada Anderson, ASID, CKD, CBD

BA in Art History from University of Colorado, 1972 MS in Housing and Design from Colorado State University, 1976

Subsequently have taken courses / seminars in historic preservation, lighting, interior photography, CAD, computer science legal aspects of design, window coverings, kitchen design, business, ADA, and universal design.

Over 25 years experience in design, having worked for architects, department stores, design studios, model home companies, kitchen/bath studios, and having own business.

Have taught interior design, including kitchen/bath and barrier free design, client relations and design communications at Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Colorado, and Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Have continued to guest lecture when not teaching. Have also taught adult education classes for Jefferson County, Colorado and kitchen and bath design to designers at the Denver Merchandise Mart. 1995 panel member for IIDA Trade Show on "Designing for Life's Stages" and consumer seminar for NARI Remodeling Showcase entitled "Design Innovations" for the rest of Your Life--Can You Retire In Your Home?", "Flexible Design for Kitchens and Baths" for NKBA Rocky Mountain Chapter, 1998. Most recently (1999 Spring Semester) taught Kitchen and Bath Design at Arapahoe Community College.


    Colorado Chapter Events Committee, 1986-1987
  • Board Member, 1988
  • Nominating Committee, 1992-1993
  • Certified by NCIDQ, 1982
  • CKD (Society of Certified Kitchen Designers of the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association); Mountain States East Chapter Service Award, 1987
  • Vice President for Programs, 1992 - 1993
  • Certified Kitchen Designer since 1987
  • Certified Bath Designer (CBD), 1997
  • Juror for national CKD/CBD exams, 2001
  • IFDA (International Furnishings and Design Association), formerly NHFL, ( Rocky Mountain Chapter Treasurer, 1982-1985)
  • Treasurer, 1983-1985
  • Design Fellowship Chairman, 1985-1987
  • President, 1995; Chapter Advisor, 1996
  • Chairman, "Computers and Design" CEU, 1995
  • Design Showcase designer for Retail Space at Denver Merchandise Mart, Fall 2002
  • Presenter at "Designing for the 21st Century" Universal Design Conference, Providence,Rhode island, June 2000 - Designing Homes for 21st Century
  • NKBA Merit Award 1999
  • Speaker at Interior Design Trend Day: "Reviving Tired Houses with New Kitchens and Baths"; Denver Merchandise Mart, September 1999
  • Home Showcase Design Award from Enable Magazine, 1998
  • Hospice of Metro Denver Care Center, Pediatrics Room and Shower Room, Volunteer Designer, 1994
  • Design Showcase Kitchens, Denver Merchandise Mart, 1991 and 1992, along with seminars entitled "Kitchen Designer for Interior Designers" and "Bath Design for Interior Designers" (1993), as well as keynote speaker for Design Open House at Denver Merchandise Mart
  • Dean's Advisory Council for the School of Architecture and Planning, University of Colorado at Denver, 1985-1986
  • Faculty Sponsor - CSU ASID Student Chapter, 1985-1987
  • Junior Symphony Guild Designer Showhouses, 1984 and 1985 (with articles in Rocky Mountain News and Colorado Homes and Lifestyles)
  • Paramount theater, Denver - volunteer involved in renovation, 1984-1985 through Junior League of Denver
  • Decorated Colorado Governor's Mansion from Christmas, 1981 and 1982
  • Kitchen, bath, closet, and laundry room design (including universal design)
  • Cooking schools
  • Residences, including specialty lighting design and custom designed furniture
  • Offices (legal, pediatric, corporate, in-home, school)
  • Model homes, condominium projects
  • Beauty salons
  • Schools
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