Elizabeth Leidy

Adjunct Faculty
Interior Architecture & Design

213 Crane Hall
United States

Elizabeth Leidy, who studied at Kent State University, École des Beaux-Arts, Fontainebleau School and the Architectural Association, has worked in architecture and design since 2002, developing a specialty in interior design. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor in Architecture degree from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio and Masters in Architecture degree from the Architectural Association in London, UK.

Elizabeth Leidy has been an Adjunct Instructor at Columbus College of Art & Design since 2017 and has taught such classes as an introduction to interior design history and interior design core studio. Elizabeth currently teaches CORE 1023: Introduction to Interior Design and INTE 3100: Junior Studio. Elizabeth’s professional recognition includes two travel grants, including the Rotch Traveling Scholarship and the Anthony A. Tappe Fellowship. Elizabeth’s design work has been exhibited in galleries in London, New York, and Ohio. Elizabeth received an AIA student Honor award in 1999. Elizabeth is a licensed architect in the state of Ohio.