Making / Thomas Heatherwick

Making / Thomas Heatherwick

One of the most impressive pavilions at the Shanghai World Expo 2010 was the UK Pavilion, designed by Thomas Heatherwick. In this book, we can see not only the impressive pavilion, but also a comprehensive overview covering the studio’s entire history. Over 150 projects are represented, each fully illustrated with images selected from Heatherwick’s personal and studio archives.

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The first retrospective publication on the work of award-winning designer Thomas Heatherwick (the subject of a 2012 exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum) offers an in-depth look at all aspects of the innovator’s creative, design, and manufacturing processes.

Heatherwick is known as one of the greatest innovators of our era, and for the first time, this publication provides an inside look at the creation and development of his projects. It answers the one question always asked of Heatherwick’s work: How did he do that?

The book covers the studio’s complete output over more than fifteen years—some 170 projects—including designs large and small: zippered bags that can be expanded to five times their size, a bridge that rolls open and closed, the in-progress one-million-square-foot mall in Hong Kong and glass bridge in London.

- The Monacelli Press

Author: Thomas Heatherwick Publisher: The Monacelli Press Language: English Cover: Hardcover Pages: 600 ISBN: 978-1-58093-334-6


From I to We Acknowledgements Projects Throne Chain Experiments Slipcast Tile Test Pieces Cabinet Vessels Clay Study for a Water Sculpture Clay Test Pieces Pair of Seats Pavilion Transformable Seat Sculpture Park Gates Upholstered Furniture Three-Dimensional Picture Frame City Gateway Pocket Knife Interlocking Book Arts & Business Award Plank Twisted Cabinet Bench

Gazebo Business Card Windsor Great Hall Log Montblanc Diary Sleeping Policeman Christmas Cards Film Festival Ticket Office London Underground Station Kielder Boathouse Conran Shop Window Display Shelving for a Jade Collection Office Interior Laing Square Complete Christmas Tree Hate Seat Millenium Bridge Autumn Intrusion Garden Railings for a London House Christmas Card 1997 Image Bank Award Materials House Installation Christmas Card 1998 Blackburn Emergency Platform Millenium Dome: National Identity Zone Identity Crisis Twin Roundabouts Hairy Building Electric Cinema Facade

Belsay Sitooterie Street Chandelier Barking Square Shopping Centre Barnards Farm Sitooterie Double Clothing Zip Bag Guastavino’s Shop Design Exhibition Paternoster Vents Masts Boots Christmas Decoration Yorkshire Sound Barrier Hereford Community Building Turning Trees Temple HSBC History Wall Conran Foundation Collection Christmas Card 2001 B of the Bang Paper House Eden Project Exhibition Buildings Bleigiessen Rolling Bridge BMW Pavilion Christmas Card 2002 Milton Keynes Information Centre Glass Bridge Piano Factory Apartments Kagoshima Carpet Grange-over-Sands Café and Bridge Christmas Card 2003 Colindale Tower Piggyback

Ballpoint Salviati Glass Furniture Milton Keynes Public Art Strategy Southorn Playground Motorway Bridge Longchamp Store Expanding Furniture Guy’s Hospital Christmas Card 2004 East Beach Café Aberystwyth Artists’ Studios Aberystwyth Meeting House Konstam Nottingham Eastside Ribbon Bridge Pacific Place Christmas Card 2005 V&A Temporary Structure Watch Baku Monument Christmas Card 2006 Worth Abbey Church Southwark Town Hall Notting Hill Residential Tower

Olympic Velodrome Spun Harewood Quarter UK Pavilion Cloud Bridge Group of Towers Gradated Tower Doha Grand Hotel Chelsea Barracks Landscape Sheung Wan Hotel Christmas Card 2008 Masdar Mosque Stratford Olympic Structure Centrifugal Chandelier Worthing Swimming Pool Extrusions Large Span Rolling Bridge Teesside Power Station Baku Tea House Sheikh Zayed Memorial Christmas Card 2009 London Bus Capitol Theatre London Cable Car Old Airport Road Park Khalidiyah Park Distillery Towers of Silence Jiading Bridge Christmas Card 2010 Electricity Pylon Boat Project-Makers Image Credits Heatherwick Studio 1994-2012

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Making / Thomas Heatherwick" 19 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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