Ashley CLoud

Interior Designer


Ashley Cloud is one of Altman + Barrett’s in-house Interior Designers, part of a compressive design team whose goal is to provide the best possible experience for our clients. Ashley has taught classes (Intro to Interiors), hosted events (ADAC, West Elm), been a guest lecturer (The Political Power of Interiors), and a guest critic (Pratt, Parsons). She has received several awards and recognitions, including winning the Yabu Pushelburg Scholarship, placing as a finalist in the yearly DIFFA design competition, and for outstanding research in her MFA Thesis project. As a designer, her diverse background in commercial, residential, and non-profit design over the last 6+ years has taught Ashley how to adapt to a myriad of situations, budgets, and requirements. Her passion for history, preservation, and people have always been part of the drive behind her work.


Masters of Fine Arts in Interior Design
Parsons School of Design

Bachelors of Science in American Studies
Focus: Historic Preservation
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


NCIDQ #419816

Healthier Materials + Sustainable Buildings
Donghia Healthier Materials Lab/Library

Branch Location

Atlanta Office:
900 Circle 75 Parkway Suite 1200
Atlanta, GA  30339
P: 470.689.3300
Hahira Office:
117 West Main Street
P.O. Box 665
Hahira, GA 31632
P: 229.585.9018
Jacksonville Office:
10245 Centurion Parkway North
Suite 105
Jacksonville, FL 32256
P: 904.647.7867
Ashley values the importance of community engagement, and strives to create opportunities for discussion and interaction during each project. 

Her MFA thesis work, Sub Urban: Tools for Equitable Adaptation Through Participatory Design, utilized her role as both a designer and community member to explore methods for improving agency and representation in local suburban renewal efforts.

She is Currently working towards achieving her NCIDQ Certification, and hopes to accomplish leed certification afterwards. 

"We are not simply observers of this spectacle, but are ourselves part of it."

Quote By Kevin Lynch, The Image of the City
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