Cynthia Leibrock: Residential Design for Health and Longevity

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Virtual Event
@ 1:00 pm

Cynthia Leibrock:
Residential Design for Health and Longevity
September 23, 2020. 1PM CT.


Interior of a living room with a large fireplace and large windows
Interior of Leibrock’s home. Image courtesy of Cynthia Leibrock.

Cynthia Leibrock is an author, lecturer, and designer focused on health and longevity in residential design. Her firm, EASY ACCESS TO HEALTH, LLC consults on patient centered design planning for independent living. She has engaged in significant partnerships with The Betty Ford Center, the UCLA Medical Center, automotive Interior Design for Toyota, and a universal design exhibit for the Smithsonian created with Julia Child.

For this event, Leibrock gave a virtual tour of her carefully designed home. Featured on the cover of several publications, Leibrock’s home is a study in design dedicated to health, longevity, and accessibility. Starting with the exterior green design features, Leibrock highlighted universal design elements, design that encourages healthy lifestyles, and design that allows aging in place.

Leibrock delivered her tour and lecture on WebEx and the event was available for students, faculty, and the community thanks to co-sponsorship by the CDMC, the Design Studies Department, and the support of The Anonymous Fund.

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B&W Portrait of two women in silhouette.
Image courtesy of Cynthia Leibrock.


Poster for event featuring a photograph of a home at dusk with large windows and a dark blue sky.