Sara Rapp earns interior design degree in healthcare – Duluth News Tribune

Sara Rapp, Certified Interior Designer with Scalzo Architects, Ltd in Duluth, recently passed the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID) exam and earned the prestigious CHID Certified Healthcare Interior Designer® designation.

Passing the exam and earning the CHID credential means Sara Rapp has met the education, experience, and exam standards and is a Certified Healthcare Interior Designer. The CHID exam requires candidates to demonstrate knowledge and experience in a variety of aspects that affect indoor acute care, ambulatory care, and residential healthcare environments.

AAHID is the standard for identifying interior designers who are uniquely qualified to meet the needs and challenges of the healthcare industry. CHID is the highest designation available for a healthcare interior design professional, and this title is what every healthcare facility should look for when choosing a healthcare interior designer.

Sara received her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the Arts Institute of Pittsburgh and has worked in the interior design field for 10 years. In his current position at Scalzo Architect, Rapp is responsible for programming, floor plans, elevations, 3D modeling, interior details of color selections, finishes and materials to meet end user requirements and to maintain the customer’s brand. Scalzo Architects is located in Duluth, Minnesota, a family-run multi-specialty architecture and interior design firm focused on design, life safety and customer service.

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