Eve Waldron Design appoints new talent


01-08-2019
Caroline Chen and Sara Khurram from Eve Waldron Design

Eve Waldron Design has been growing successfully and has recently appointed two new members. Caroline Chen is the new marketing communication designer and Sara Khurram joins the finance team, based in its offices in 8 Pound Hill.

Caroline manages communications, website design and other marketing materials. She has worked in different projects worldwide since completing her Master’s degree at Glasgow School of Art.  Her five years’ experience includes publishing, media and fashion industries during which time she has gained business project experience. She enjoys working closely with clients and the design team, sharing ideas to get the best out of projects. Outside work Caroline loves yoga and travelling as well as making handmade crafts, painting and embracing European culture.

Sara manages all aspects of the company finance. Her forward-thinking approach brings structure and professionalism to the business. She has worked in several organisations and has insight into different operations and will be helping EWD’s future growth. Sara is keen traveller and has two young boys. Speaking about her role, she says: “ I enjoy seeing the projects come to life by the designers and helping the company understand the bigger picture.”

EWD offer furniture and window treatment supply as well as designing project specific custom furniture.

To see other examples of their work and furniture that they can supply, have a look at their website, www.evewaldron.com, Facebook and Instagram

Showroom opening hours are Mon-Fri, 9:00am - 6:00pm

 

Eve Waldron Design is a workplace and educational design practice, as well as a furniture consultancy - sourcing and supplying commercial furniture. Founded in 2000, the practice has won numerous design awards. They support sustainable, practical design dedicated to improving the spaces we work in. Good design is people centric, and improves wellbeing while adding value to businesses and improving their productivity. Good design starts with great space planning, and we can add value with our early involvement.

Eve Waldron Design