Eve Waldron Design
Stroll around Cambridge and there’s a fair chance you’ll stumble upon a stylish Eve Waldron-designed space. From the refurbished Kettle’s Yard and Newnham College buttery to dynamic office buildings and elegant Edwardian town houses, they all bear her inimitable stamp.
Growing up in New York to a writer father and artist mother, with a love of galleries and museums, Eve was visually attuned from a young age. Passionate about furniture and fabrics, she studied industrial design, before working for leading design practices in New York and London.
Attracted by Cambridge’s international flavour, good schools and biking culture, Eve launched her interior design and architectural practice in Pound Hill in 2000. Starting with residential projects, her workload soon snowballed, clients valuing her imaginative ideas and meticulous execution. Today Eve’s eight-strong team work within the commercial, residential, property development and educational sectors. Many projects have been Cambridge University colleges; she was shortlisted for a prestigious FX Award for her collaboration with Niall McLaughlin Architects, refurbishing accommodation at Jesus College’s West Court.
Two years ago Eve took over an adjoining building to create a studio/showroom, filled with contemporary furniture, soft furnishings and light fittings, including her own rugs and textiles.
Recently the team has been focusing on office design and space planning. As an extension of this, Eve is launching an online shop, ewop.co.uk (Eve Waldron and Shop), offering a carefully curated selection of high-design, great value office furniture from brands such as Vitra, Hay and Knoll. The team has extensively tested the furniture to ensure comfort and support, and chosen complementary colour schemes and finishes.
Fittingly EWOP also stands for ‘everything works out perfectly’, and with Eve’s track record for innovative design, there’s no reason why this shouldn’t be the case with her newest venture.
8, Pound Hill
Tel: 01223 470370