British designer Matthew Rosier is the co-founder of urban interaction design studio Chomko & Rosier where he pursues an interest in the societal effects of technology. After graduating architecture at Oxford Brookes University he went on to win a residency at design research centre Fabrica in Treviso, Italy. Chomko & Rosier was formed while Matthew studied for his architecture masters at the Bartlett, UCL and they are currently involved in a number of art, design and educational projects. The studio’s first project Shadowing won the Playable City award in 2014 and was installed throughout Bristol, going on to be nominated as one of the ‘Designs of the Year’ 2015.