Thomas Heatherwick: Making
Heatherwick, Thomas


Key Sales Info
• A revised edition of the bestselling monograph on the world’s most talked-about designer, now expanded to include his triumphant Olympic cauldron. • Heatherwick’s profile is higher than ever • Thomas Heatherwick has been fully involved with all aspects of the book, ensuring that the most captivating – and sometimes personal – facets of each project are revealed, most for the first time.

245 x 210 mm
606 Pages Pages
800 Colour & B/W Images
Thames & Hudson
Published: Wed 1, May, 2013
Price (AUD) $59.95
Item Description
An instant sellout on first publication, this volume has been expanded to include Thomas Heatherwick’s magnificent Olympic cauldron. Written in close collaboration with the designer himself, the book offers a highly personal, in-depth and behind-the-scenes look at all aspects of his creative, design and manufacturing processes. Each of the more than 140 fully illustrated projects is accompanied by a text explaining, in Heatherwick’s words, the design question it posed and the creative and practical processes used to address it. Projects are organized chronologically and book-ended by an introduction setting out the studio’s philosophy and a reference section.

About the Author

Thomas Heatherwick, winner of countless international design awards, is Honorary Fellow, RIBA; Senior Fellow, Royal College of Art; and was the youngest practitioner to be appointed a Royal Designer for Industry (2006).