aberrant architecture is a multi-disciplinary studio and think-tank, founded by directors David Chambers and Kevin Haley, that operates internationally in the fields of architecture, design, contemporary art & cultural analysis.
From their studio in London, they strive to capture the best of the past and the contemporary in order to shape the future of the designed world. The studio has established a reputation for playful, provocative and interactive projects that use architecture and design to introduce new and unexpected ways of experiencing the world.
They regularly collaborate with local community groups, design professionals and place people at the heart of everything they do. Operating simultaneously as a think tank, aberrant identify, question and research relevant issues in contemporary society in order to look beyond ‘building a building’ and to establish themselves as problem solvers as well as designers.
In 2010 they were architecture residents at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) and in the same year they co-founded The Gopher Hole, a gallery/venue in London, which through a public exhibition and talks programme provides a platform for critical debate on the arts and society.