Hannah Carter Owers is co-director of Universal Design Studio.
Hannah studied art and design at Oxford Brookes University and interior design at Glasgow School of Art. Hannah joined Universal Design Studio in 2003 and became co-director five years later.
Universal Design Studio is a multi-disciplinary design studio founded in London in 2001 by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby to expand their furniture and product design portfolio. The architecture and interior design studio specialises in creating engaging and immersive spaces for leading global brands and institutions. The team of architects, interior designers and product designers work internationally on commissions for retail spaces, workspaces, boutique hotels and restaurants, galleries and cultural institutions.
Hannah has most recently been involved in interior projects for At Six hotel in Stockholm, Fortnum and Mason, Frieze London, British Airways, and Selfridges. She regularly lectures on retail interiors at Oxford Brookes University and the University of the Arts London.
Universal Design Studio were named in the top 300 most influential names in design in the 2017 Dezeen Hot List.