Eva Feldkamp is a consultant and strategist focussing on social, humanitarian and cultural projects. Driven by the belief that the world is in great need for change, she is enthusiastic about having a positive influence. She helps individuals, organisations and businesses connect and grow by implementing innovative processes to achieve their goals.

With a passion for diversity, making a difference and helping people reach their full potential, Eva has over ten years experience using design anthropological methods in creating new spaces, services and strategies with a purpose. Through her work as volunteer mentor with Friendship Works, Independent Age and as visiting practitioner to Chelsea College of Arts, she has helped children, young and older people transform their wellbeing through conversations, mentorship and workshops.

Born in Germany and based in London, Eva holds an MA/Diploma in Product and Process Design from The Berlin University of the Arts and studied at Design Academy Eindhoven in design departments Man+Living and Man+Well-Being. She led the interiors team at Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, where she was responsible for stakeholder management, establishing concepts and delivering large scale projects in Europe, Australia and Japan. At Ilse Crawford’s multi-disciplinary practice Studioilse, Eva worked on private residential and commercial interior projects across Europe, most memorably for mental health charity Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, resulting in new therapy rooms, libraries, student facilities for post-grad studies, research offices, conference spaces and a primary school. With fellow designer Laetitia de Allegri, she established product design studio de Allegri/Feldkamp developing a range of furniture and accessories. Eva worked with Philippe Malouin on both his product and interior design studios during early years of transformative change and growth.