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Nick Eldridge founded Eldridge Smerin in 1998 and the practice was renamed Eldridge London in 2015.
Eldridge London has built a reputation for producing intelligent and memorable solutions in response to varied clients’ briefs, and is particularly renowned for one-off houses.
The practice’s approach challenges conventions and creates innovative environments whilst committing to producing buildings that are environmentally responsible.
Eldridge London’s work is typified by sophisticated detailing, an abundance of natural light, an inventive engagement with site context, rigorous attention to detail, the subtle integration of technology and a refined material character.
The practice works across the UK and internationally, and from the scale of a 50,000 ft2 house in Moscow through family houses and extensions in Greater London, down to the design of pieces of furniture and fittings. A sister practice, Eldridge Newlyn, is based in Cornwall focussing on cost-effective housing prototypes and design in rural environments.
The practice has won numerous awards including RIBA, Civic Trust, regional design awards and British Homes Awards. We have been shortlisted for the Stirling Prize, the Stephen Lawrence Award, the Manser Medal and the London Building of the Year Award. In 2017 our House in Coombe Park Kingston won the Manser Medal for the best private house of the year.
2018 BD Architect of the Year Award - One off Houses - Finalist 2017 Manser Medal - Winner 2017 British Homes Large House of the Year - Winner 2017 Architizer Awards Large House - Finalist 2011 RIBA Award 2011 RIBA Manser Medal - Finalist 2011 BD Architect of the Year Award - Finalist 2009 RIBA Award 2009 RIBA Award 2009 RIBA Manser Medal - finalist 2009 RIBA London Building of the Year Award - finalist 2009 RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award - finalist 2009 BD Architect of the Year Award - One off Houses - Winner 2006 FX International Interior Designer of the Year Award - Finalist 2004 Civic Trust Awards - Commendation 2004 Camden Design Award 2002 Civic Trust Award 2001 RIBA Award 2001 RIBA Stirling Prize - Finalist
Full architectural service, Interior design, Concept design, Planning application, Renders & CGIs, Technical drawings
House in Coombe Park, Kingston
House in Epsom
A large contemporary family house overlooking the RAC Epsom golf course orientated to maximise natural daylighting, and which frames a private sunken courtyard garden. The angular geometry is driven by the site relationship to views and daylight and is continued into the landscape which is also designed by Eldridge London.
House in Highgate Cemetery
House in Chelsea
A full refurbishment of a terraced house, with a basement extension to replace an existing coal cellar. The project maximises the sense of internal space through the use of simple consistent materials throughout ( oak, white concrete, plaster ) and the interior is filled with natural despite its tight urban plot through the use of large format glazing including a glass floor suspended on a glass beam and balustrade.