Eleanor Dodman Architects is an architectural practice based in London. Our work strives to be both pragmatic and straightforward yet materially rich and joyful. We believe the richest work emerge through dialogue with our clients and by fully engaging with the peculiarities of each specific project — be it a piece of furniture, an exhibition or a building.
We enjoy working across all different stages of a project from design feasibility to detailed design and delivery. For any enquiries or to discuss your project, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Eleanor Dodman, AA Dipl, ARB
Eleanor graduated from the Architectural Association (AA) in 2014. Whilst at the AA she was student editor of AArchitecture, the schools tri-annual newsletter. For two years she served on the AA Council and as Honorary Librarian. Eleanor was awarded the AA Prize for significant contributions to the school and the Nicolas Pozner Prize for single best drawing of the year. Her work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Architectural Foundation. She has continued to engage with academia through teaching at the AA summer school and as a guest critic.
Eleanor has worked at numerous practices both large and small including WilkinsonEyre where she worked for 5 years. She gained extensive experience at WilkinsonEyre Architects, working across arrange of scales and sectors, with a focus on cultural and public projects. Eleanor left in 2018 to set up Eleanor Dodman Architects.
AAXX Women in Architecture Speed Mentoring — AA, 2017
AAXX 100 Women in Architecture Reception — AA, 2015
Public vs Private: Who will provide the housing London needs? — AA, 2015
Day on the grid — AA, 2013
Architecture and it's Past (Panel Discussion) — AA, 2010
The Question of Honors in Architectural Education — ArchDaily, 2015
How to Keep a Hot House Cool — AA Conversations, 2012
Peter Eisenman — AA Conversations, 2012
Administered Space — Fulcrum, 2011
Futures in the Making Exhibition — Architecture Foundation, 2014
Summer Exhibition — Royal Academy, 2012