Biography on Claudia Ingraham

Claudia Ingraham Design


Claudia graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City with a Bachelor's degree in Interior Design in 1983. She worked in Manhattan for Noel Jeffery Associates and Donghia specializing in high end residential and commercial design before moving to Philadelphia where she was a designer for Rodgers Design Group.


Claudia moved to Denver in 1993. She took a lead interiors position with David Owen Tryba Architects in 1998. While working there she won an IDA award for the interior design of the Teatro Hotel. In her five years with this noted architect she worked on various large and small scale commercial projects such as the Wellington E. Webb Building, Englewood Library and City Hall, Lady of Loreto Catholic Church, Holy Family High School, Brownstein, Hyatt and Farber Attorneys at Law, offices for Miller Weingarten and AIMCO.


She started her own firm in 2003. Some of her recent accomplishments: the interior design of the Kent Place model, The Residences at Belmar, Metropath building lobby at Belmar, the offices of Northern Electric and several residential projects.


Claudia’s special skills include custom woodworking design and lighting design. She has completed a Feng Shui mentorship and incorporates these ideals into her design approach and with her sensitivity creates sanctuary type interiors.

She has passed the NCIDQ exam and is a qualified professional interior designer.


In addition to Interior Design, Claudia developed a passion for working with semi-precious stones and crystals. This led to designing jewelry. She took a silversmithing class with Jerry Gehringer in Boulder and is a certified crystologist.