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Heatherwick Studio News
31 January 2022
UCB Windlesham, Windlesham, Surrey, southeast England, UK
image : Secchi Smith Apple
Glade House England
The designs for a new global research hub in Surrey have won unanimous approval from the local planning authority. UCB Windlesham will be home to the UK R&D hub of the Belgian based life sciences company that specialises in discovery and development of treatments for severe diseases in immunology and neurology.
15 Feb 2018
Maggie’s Yorkshire Centre, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, UK
Construction of this innovative building has now started on site.
The Centre’s innovative design consists of a series of contained gardens that will capture the therapeutic effect of plants and contrast with the more formal surrounding hospital buildings. The design will create a warm, informal interior space as well as an inspiring exterior to encourage positivity among Centre visitors and passers-by.
16 Nov 2016
New Google Headquarters at Kings Cross, London, England, UK
Design: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and Heatherwick Studios, architects
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Google’s New Headquarters at Kings Cross
BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and Heatherwick Studios are confirmed as the architects for Google’s new Headquarters at Kings Cross in London.
page updated 16 Aug 2016
Pier 55 Manhattan – Hudson River Park
Design: Heatherwick Studio, with landscape architect Mathews Nielsen
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Pier 55 Manhattan – 4 May 2016
Thomas Heatherwick’s elevated park over the Hudson River next to Chelsea has been approved by planners.
Garden Bridge, central London, England, UK
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London Garden Bridge across the River Thames – latest update 4 May 2016
Royal Docks – Design Proposal, east London, England, UK
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Royal Docks London
This is London’s biggest remaining development opportunity and the London Development Agency and London Borough of Newham have world class ambitions for its growth.
Bombay Sapphire Distillery Laverstoke, Hampshire, England, UK
Design: Heatherwick Studio, Architects with GWP, Architects
photograph : Iwan Baan
Bombay Sapphire Distillery Building – 15 Oct 2014
Learning Hub – The Hive – Singapore:
photo © Hufton + Crow
Heatherwick studio won an architecture competition to design a Learning Hub for a university in Singapore. The hub, completed in March of 2015, is part of a £360 m scheme by Nanyang Technological University, and is the first redevelopment of its campus in twenty years.
Heatherwick Studio – Key Projects
Developments + Designs by Thomas Heatherwick Studio listed alphabetically:
Aberystwyth Creative Units, Wales, UK
Date built: 2009
photo : Edmund Sumner
Aberystwyth Creative Units
B of the Bang, Manchester, northwest England, UK
Date built: 2005
56m high design
East Beach café, Littlehampton, West Sussex, England
Date built: 2007
picture : Andy Stagg
East Beach Cafe Building
Kagoshima Temple, Japan
Date built: –
La Maison Unique, Longchamps store – Soho Boutique, New York, USA
Date built: 2007
Paperhouse, Kensington & Chelsea, west London, UK
Date built: 2009
photograph : Cristobal Palma
Paperhouse : Newspaper Kiosk design
Rolling Bridge, west London, England
Date built: 2004
image : Steve Speller
Shanghai Expo – UK Pavilion, China incl. Seed Cathedral
Dates built: 2007-10
photo © Daniele Mattioli
Shanghai Expo UK Pavilion
The studio developed the idea of the UK Pavilion exploring the relationship between nature and cities. Thomas Heatherwick has the idea of involving Kew Gardens’ Millennium Seedbank. The UK Pavilion is formed from 60,000 slender transparent fibre optic rods.
Thomas Heatherwick Studio : Shanghai Expo building – design competition winner
Teesside Power Station, England, UK
Date of design: 2009-
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Teesside Power Station Design
More architecture projects by Heatherwick Studio online very soon
Location: 356-364 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8BH, England, United Kingdom
London Architectural Practice Information
Heatherwick Studio based in London, UK – architects / designers led by Thomas Heatherwick.
London Architects office
356-364 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8BH
Telephone +44 (0)20 7833 8800
Thomas Heatherwick is one of the UK’s leading creative talents. Since establishing his design studio in 1994 Heatherwick and his colleagues have refused to be categorised within traditional boundaries and their work extends across art, architecture, product design and beyond. Today, a highly talented team of architects, designers and makers operate from a studio and workshop in King’s Cross, London – a unique environment where project management and implementation take place in parallel with experimentation with ideas, materials and manufacturing processes.
Completed projects by this architectural studio include the RIBA National award-winning East Beach Café; Longchamp’s La Maison Unique flagship store in New York and the internationally renowned Rolling Bridge in London. In addition to the UK Pavilion for the Shanghai Expo, this architectural office is currently working on a major redevelopment of Pacific Place (one of Hong Kong’s most established and well respected shopping malls) and is working with a dynamic community of monks on the design for a new monastery.
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London Building Designs
London Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:
Shanghai Expo British Pavilion : further information
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