Eve Waldron is a product and textile designer originally from Manhattan, she studied industrial design at the Rhode Island School of Design and Carnegie Mellon University and is the daughter of artist parents.She founded her independent multidisciplinary practice in Cambridge, UK in 2000. She utilises the rich experience of her background in interior design, architecture and the arts to inform her product design.
Her interiors have won numerous awards and she works with some of the largest and most well-respected architects. Regularly commissioned to design furniture and rugs for commercial and residential clients. Eve has attracted design partnerships with leading industry manufacturers; her furniture designs have sold in the Conran Shop and Liberty, London and have been featured in numerous periodicals.
Eve’s furniture, textile and rug designs are in part influenced by early 20th Century artists such as Ellsworth Kelly and Donald Judd – incorporating colour blocking and transparent layering in a sophisticated, painterly manner. Eve’s pieces are designed to endure and be passed on from one generation to the next.