Eve Waldron is an honours graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and Carnegie Mellon University. Originally from New York, she has over 20 years’ experience designing both commercial and domestic interiors.
Eve’s approach to projects melds the traditional disciplines of architecture and interior design by resolving both spacial and stylistic concerns while respecting the architectural context.
With a degree in Industrial Design, Eve enjoys designing project specific furniture, lighting and textiles.
She has worked for architectural practices in both New York and London, including Gensler, Kohn Pederson Fox and Skidmore Owings & Merrill. While working at these practices her clients were mainly Fortune 500 institutions.
Since setting up her own practice she continues to enjoy working as part of a big team with some of the largest architectural practices.
Her experience on smaller projects has extended her creativity whilst proving equally rewarding.
Drawing on her experience she currently sits on the panel for the RIBA’s annual small practice conference: Guerilla Tactics and is Design Director for carpet manufacturer Quadrant Modular. Eve is an affiliate member of the RIBA.
Eve’s roots in product design have led her to develop a range of furniture and rugs. Special commissions or variations on existing designs are also welcome.
With a heritage steeped in the arts – her mother is New York artist Phyllis Floyd and father was writer Eli Waldron – Eve’s artistic skills span 2D, glass and sculpture. She has been commissioned twice under the Section 106 Public Art Guidelines to produce public art.
Eve also commissions artists and has curated changing art shows in offices. She has implemented shows of student work as well as orchestrating student competitions.