Chambers is a product, design and brand studio. We seek out elegant solutions to commercial and consumer problems using our unique skillset of physical design engineering and digital design, brand and strategy. 


But what does that really mean?

It means we run workshops and do consumer research to better understand the challenges brought to us by our clients.

We speak directly and honestly with our clients about those challenges, what drives them, how to articulate them and how we can best solve the problem. 

And then we take on those problems head on. Whether that’s through engineering a solution using CAD and making prototypes OR creating a visual design system to help communicate a brand idea or identity.  

We tackle every new challenge with a clean slate - finding the best approach from our arsenal of tools, experience and knowledge to make something wonderful.

Who we are and our years of experience makes us perfectly posed to do this for our clients. Find out more about us below.

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Greta Chambers

Greta has been designing digital solutions for some of the world’s leading brands for over 15 years. With a degree and specialism in digital communications and product design, her strengths and experience have led her into more strategic design roles, consulting with high profile clients on how design thinking and processes can help build their businesses.

Greta looks at things from a user-centric, strategic point of view - constantly asking why are we doing this? What problems are we solving? And what will the customer experience be?


Oliver Chambers

As an industrial designer and engineer with over 15 years experience, Oliver has developed successful products for brands such as Dyson, Joseph Joseph and Shark Ninja. He is adept at designing for successful manufacturing and specialises in complex design challenges for consumer products.

With a family heritage in cabinet making and woodwork, Oliver’s appreciation for craftsmanship and natural materials have led him to fuse more traditional and long-lasting processes and thinking into his contemporary work.