Matthew Rosier is a British designer with a background in architecture and urbanism. His work lends to a vision of cities that encourage interaction rather than isolation. Matthew graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a degree in architecture after which he went on to work at West London-based design studio Michaelis Boyd. He undertook a one-year residency scholarship at Fabrica, a research centre funded by Benetton, based in Treviso, Italy.

Matthew co-founded Chomko & Rosier, a studio that bridges interaction design, architecture and art, resulting in projects embedded in the public realm. The studio continually develops its practice through new design projects, workshops, exhibitions and collaborations.

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