David Chambers is a co-founder of the award-winning practice Aberrant Architecture and a studio leader at Central Saint Martins.
He studied architecture at Bath University, where he received the Barton Willmore Prize for Innovative Design; at the Royal College of Art and at T.U. Delft.
Aberrant have built numerous projects and exhibited work at international architecture exhibitions including the Venice Biennale of Architecture, Gwangju Design Biennale and Hong Kong & Shenzhen Architecture Biennale. Their work has been collected by the Museum of Art in Rio de Janeiro.
In 2010, Aberrant was the first architecture practice to be appointed ‘Designer in Residence’ at the V&A Museum. In the same year the practice co-founded The Gopher Hole, a gallery in London.
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