Hunter K.K. Cotterman

Hunter K.K. Cotterman NCIDQ, IIDA

Associate Principal / Interior Design Director


Hunter Cotterman’s background is rich with expertise in interior design and project management. She has programmed, analyzed and planned a diversified array of projects for a variety of clients from both the public and private sectors. Her manner of working with clients puts them at ease, guiding them through a collaborative experience to fulfill their hopes, desires and goals with efficient, functional and esthetically pleasing design.

She developed an appreciation for interior design as a young girl, working hands-on with her parents to finish out their home in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. “My dad and I hung all the cedar planks on our walls and ceilings in our two-story entry and living room, standing on a bouncy 2 x 10 slung between two ladders,” she recalls. “We collected large lichen-covered granite rocks and clad the living room fireplace with them. The enormous western windows showcasing views to the continental divide will never leave me. It really was truly magical.”

Her work with Page follows an impressive tenure as a project designer with the U.S. Department of State, Foreign Buildings Operations and as a facilities planning specialist with the Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration. In addition, she has worked on leased construction in both public and private sectors, with a concentration in build-to-suit construction to meet strict performance and security criteria in a worldwide market.