Design an Active Lifestyle
Please join us for lunch, and learn how the right home design can help you live more fully and independently.
Home design concepts that support aging in place are essential for independent living. Design professionals educated in health and wellness issues understand that attractive, comfortable, and safe spaces contribute to overall well-being.
You will learn more about the latest senior living trends and generational preferences in home design. Our guest speaker will also preview how Cedar Ridge at Kirkwood implements many of these features in our new cottage homes.
Seating is limited so RSVP before November 29 by clicking here
Taylor Davis of TPD Architect
Taylor is the founder of TPD Architect, a residential architecture, interiors and planning firm that specializes in helping families live longer in homes they love. As an architect, Taylor is focused on thoughtful design strategies to address the unique needs of her clients, whether that involves working with a growing family or a couple downsizing for the next chapter.
A mother of three, Taylor enjoys travel and her early morning bootcamp classes. She is a Councilor of the Birmingham chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Philip A. Morris Fund for Design Arts, a fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University, and a Masters in Architecture from the University of Virginia. She is a member of the AIA, is NCARB certified and completed her Aging in Place Certification through the National Association of Home Builders.