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Cambridge, as one of the nation’s fastest growing economies, offers great opportunities for enterprising property developers. We were asked to design a re-development scheme for an underused commercial building on the edge of the city centre. We completed...
Working with an artisan charcutier and a Michelin-starred chef, we designed the interior for their new tasting room located close to the factory in small disused stone barn. It was our aim to create an exceptional space which would represent the values of the...
Tea with Friends
Anyone who knows us will know how fascinated we are by the concept of placemaking. But rarely is this more apparent than in the case of the tea set which, in so many cultures across the world, seems to exemplify the common role of architecture and design as enablers...
Artblock is our exploration of the immensely lucrative art market and the degree to which a piece’s value seems not to be inherent but defined by an apparently arbitrary agreement between a few dealers and collectors. Despite its sale value being based so heavily on...
Home or Somewhere Else
Our brief was to propose a business concept to respond to two of London’s foremost housing challenges; the lack of affordable rental accommodation for young people and the number of larger properties still occupied by single older people, often lacking the necessary...
A remote corner of the South West was engaged in discussions around sustainable transport facilities and improving accessibility both for commuting locals and tourists. Eldwin were charged with imagining a new cycle path that would link two previously poorly connected...
Our client was seeking a London pied-a-terre which would double a high-end furnished short-term let. Eldwin worked to locate and explore the suitability of various properties, and, following the client’s purchase of a run-down Islington townhouse, was subsequently...
A Boat for Art
A Boat for Art is a new artist residency program which fosters meaningful engagement with communities across the UK. The programme invites young artists to freely explore Britain’s extensive canal network aboard a narrowboat fitted with appropriate studio and...
Nestled between land and sea, at the top of a tranquil tidal creek, the Millbrook Inn has held a special place in the hearts of locals and honorary locals for generations. Our clients had acquired the pub following its closure during the pandemic. What began as a...
Working within the UK’s planning system can be a challenging feat, especially when blessed with a rural location. We were tasked with investigating the feasibility of adding additional accommodation to a farmstead hotel by turning a disused machinery barn into guest...
The Crab Quay development demonstrates how a pioneering mindset and brilliant design can find unique potential in the most unexpected places. Collaborating with a local West Country investor, we were asked to propose a town-centre location for commercial...
Bohème je t’aime
In recent years numerous inner city developments have sprung up along the UK’s nineteenth century canal network, and many previously derelict canal sides transformed into successful recreational corridors. However, in yielding their perceived untidiness in...
Timber and Timbre
St. John’s College in Cambridge is one of Britain’s best-known institutions for choral scholars and chamber musicians with its own chapel and dedicated practice rooms. Despite its thriving classical music community, there are limited facilities for contemporary...
How do you tie together a set of individual businesses whilst preserving their own identities? Our clients, who own several businesses across the West Country, were considering creating a more coherent design across their property portfolio. We instead suggested...
Basel, Switzerland, is a city of contrasts. Located at the very edge of the country, it has always been poised between regional tradition and global innovation. In 2013, the city launched a design competition for an urban intervention which could showcase Basel’s...
Eldwin were approached by a client considering investing in a stunning run-down palazzo that had caught their eye in the southern tip of Italy. Following a site visit and meetings with key local stakeholders, Eldwin advised the clients on the feasibility of their...
Our clients were looking to acquire a working farmstead near their home in South Devon. Their vision was to diversify the traditional agricultural uses of the estate by developing a revolutionary new rural technology incubator and Workation hotel. Working with our...
Following commission to develop a new restaurant concept and site in a British seaside resort, we quickly realised that no location, however special, could ever beat eating seafood right on the water. Working with the prospective operators, we came up with the idea of...
The Stable Yard
Eldwin were originally tasked with designing a manufacturing facility for a food start-up, however, with business growth much stronger than expected, the client outgrew the site during design. Eldwin created an alternative concept for the site, still focused on...
Artists Living Room
The brief for Artist’s Living Room was to create facilities for a new kind of artist residency in London. Inspired by the notion that the most powerful art is driven by encounters between the artist and the outside world, and a far cry from the ubiquitous white cube,...
Eldwin were asked to design a multifunctional but compact workspace that would breed great ideas, connecting people to the landscape and the incredible setting of a hillside walled garden attached to a ruined 16th century manor house. We pushed our design further,...