Eve Waldron Design

8, Pound Hill, Cambridge, CB3 0AE

01223 470370


If you’re interested in design, architecture and furniture, visiting Eve Waldron Design on the north side of Cambridge is a must.


At the studio, you’ll find furniture, lighting and rugs – many custom designed by Eve. She studied industrial design at The Rhode Island School of Design and Carnegie Mellon University, before working for leading global design practices in New York and London. In 2000, she launched her interior design and architectural practice in Cambridge. Attracted by the city’s international outlook, excellent educational opportunities and laid-back, bike-friendly culture, she opened the shop on Pound Hill. Clients have come to value her broad experience, imaginative ideas and meticulous execution.


They work in a variety of sectors including workplace, residential and education, designing many University projects. These include the new library at Magdalene College, the cafés at Jesus, Girton, and now Lucy Cavendish and Murray Edwards, to name a few.


Many of their projects have won awards, including the recently completed Old Granary for Darwin College. The team provided the interiors for the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership’s new headquarters, the Entopia Building, a project driven by circular economy principles which required extensive use of re-used furniture and recycled materials.


The practice has recently joined the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists, a move that demonstrates its established technical expertise in architectural design. Increasingly, they undertake planning applications, Listed Building applications, building extensions and extensive refurbishments.


Eve also has a separate online shop focusing on furniture. EWOP, which fittingly stands for ‘everything works out perfectly’, offers a curated selection of high-design, great value furniture from a range of bespoke brands including Vitra, Hay, Carl Hansen and Knoll. You are very welcome to stop by the studio or browse the collections online on their website.