Natalie (Cook) Olufowoshe RID, NCIDQ, IIDA
Senior Associate / Interior Designer
Natalie is a California native who ventured to the Boston area to attend a small private school, Endicott College. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design with a concentration on Sustainability. After school, she traveled to Europe on a one-way ticket and made her way through 17 countries to immerse herself in new cultures, adventure and impactful design.
When she returned stateside, she joined the Page team in Austin where she worked on award winning projects such as Ottobock and Dell Medical School’s Health Transformation Building. In her time in Austin, she worked hard to get an industry license in less than three years. Her involvement in IIDA also flourished in this timeframe when she became an advocacy co-chair for a year and half and was an interim Director-Elect.
Later, she moved to Houston and jumped right into the following notable projects: Sceptre Hospitality Resources, Marathon Oil Tower, and the University of Houston – Sugar Land Academic Building. Making her way through the Page offices, she moved to Denver in December of 2018 where she is working with a smaller Interiors group to help grow the practice in the Mountain States.
Natalie works across Page's market sectors and prides herself on being an excellent communicator, dedicated to her craft, organized and always ready to have a good laugh.
Outside of the office, she is inspired by all things food, hiking, travel and impromptu adventures. Any chance she has to jump on a plane to a new place, she will take it.