Gareth Jollands Tereza Safarikova Thomas Glover Julia Cano Carlos Parraga-Botero Alex Forward Christopher McAnneny Kaowen Ho Pallavi Kumar German de la Torre Thomas Impiglia Ariadna Lopez Rodriguez Gabriel Piovanetti Alice Aleksandrovits Nick Arthurell Linus Cheng Francis Lam Lorenzo Pellegrini Marko Koops Anjie Gu Annie Croll Pippa Murphy Jason Day Andre Kong Nicolas Leguina Naida Iljazovic Chloe Lamb Joanna Penneycard Jokin Astorkia Liz Middleton Mira Naran Rebeca Ramos Ayumi Konishi Wang Fung Chan Pola Gottesman Manuel Ramos Philipp Nedomlel James Hepper Justin Li Laurens Jacobs Charlotte Bovis Amy Stein Ian Ng Genny Rowson Luigi Olivieri Kim Megson Etienne de Vadder May Tang Ezgi Terzioglu Cassandra Tsolakis Yuxiang Cao Deyan Saev Tryfon Foteinopoulos Ondřej Tichý Tom Coupe Maxim Goldau Jakeline Londono Matthijs la Roi Francis Ng Calum Campbell Akari Takebayashi Marta Wasenczuk Meera Yadave Stuart Macalister Leo Cheung Fanos Katsaris Kelin Yue Jakob Lund Andrew Bigwood Marcus Hawk Chioma Ndeze Sabeena Bagol Isobel Bracegirdle Miguel Alonso Rodriguez Joe Brennan Brisa Chander Changyeob Lee Phillip Hall-Patch Pablo Zamorano Hyein Lee Adrienne Lau Taz Chappell Ana Diez Lopez Alberto Dominguez Hilary Moir Ray Torbellin Marco Mazzotta Barbara Lavickova Fabian Hubner Dimitra Poulokefalou Alfonso Monedero Mark Burrows Kypros Kyprou Luis Miguel Samanez Hayley Henry Charlotte Hodges Lisa Finlay Irene Mennini Kyriakos Chatziparaskevas Giuliano Pairone Emmanouil Rentopoulos Dani Rossello Diez Ayesha Kapila Sinéad Morgan Ning Loh Lu Xia Takashi Tsurumaki Juliette Sung Gabriel Sanchiz Dylan Perera Consuelo Manna Peter Romvári Evonne Mackenzie Ben Dudek Erich Breuer Fei Zheng Nicolas Ombres Andrea Piazza Nilufer Kocabas Karen Nicolao Will Hicks Chen Zhan Thomas Heatherwick Raquel Diniz Tracy Shum Ángela Bailén López Ilias Oikonomakis Charles Wu Wendy Lee Chiara Zaccagnini Ike Aigbogun Ally Oberrotman Ben Pearce Neil Hubbard Simon Ng Paul Brooke Nasios Varnavas Naoko Omasa Osbert So Luis Sacristan Aaron Cattani Mikel Beaumont Montana Mae Feiger Ruth Mellor Uwe Frohmader Ricardo Sosa Mejia Carlos Parraga-Botero Jeff Powers Leonardo Colucci Andre Ford Anjie Gu Tom Castle Skye Yuxi Sun Nick Ling Tamsin Green Eliot Postma Jordan Bailiff Alex Dickie Michael Lewis Paco Rojas Rivadulla Victor Bustos Sarah Gill James Tomkins Katerina Joannides Hannah Steenson Melissa Osborne Luke Squires Francis Henderson Pat Casey Paul Westwood James Ness Charlie Kentish Aysha Zahid Nadia Wikborg Kacper Chmielewski Rosanna Marks Michael Kloihofer Julian Saul Emma Reid Juan Oyarbide Claudia Orsetti Craig Miller Wendy Smith Luke Plumbley Elliot Jefferies David Agostini Silena Patsalidou Francesco Cavaliere Amaia Diaz Jonathan Curtis Cong Wang Steven Howson Fernando Poucell Aziz Hoque Simon Winters Sofia Amodio Konrad Frankowski Stuart Wood Teodor Cozma Steven Ascensao Almudena Rodriguez Emma Wright Liz Betterton Angel Tenorio Ahad Sheikh Anca Trestian Dirce Medina Francis McCloskey Pawel Jaskulski Harriet Ridout Valentina Occhini Bori Kovacs Linus Cheng Laurence Dudeney Hannah Parker Ross Gribben Mi Ding Noor Kassam Silvia Rueda Cuellar Alex Murarescu José Luís De Melo Cadilhe Grace Chung Freddie Lomas Stepan Martinovsky Stevie Mackinnon-Smith Ville Saarikoski Elisa Simonetti Adriana Cabello Plasencia Catherine Jones Tilly Symonds Sonila Kadillari Jordan Tobin Brandon Whitwell-Mak Mat Cash Arturo Revilla

Gareth Jollands

Tereza Safarikova

Thomas Glover

Julia Cano

Carlos Parraga-Botero

Alex Forward

Christopher McAnneny

Kaowen Ho

Pallavi Kumar

German de la Torre

Thomas Impiglia

Ariadna Lopez Rodriguez

Gabriel Piovanetti

Alice Aleksandrovits

Nick Arthurell

Linus Cheng

Francis Lam

Lorenzo Pellegrini

Marko Koops

Anjie Gu

Annie Croll

Pippa Murphy

Jason Day

Andre Kong

Nicolas Leguina

Naida Iljazovic

Chloe Lamb

Studio Director

Joanna Penneycard

Jokin Astorkia

Liz Middleton

Mira Naran

Rebeca Ramos

Ayumi Konishi

Wang Fung Chan

Pola Gottesman

Manuel Ramos

Philipp Nedomlel

James Hepper

Justin Li

Laurens Jacobs

Charlotte Bovis

Amy Stein

Ian Ng

Genny Rowson

Luigi Olivieri

Kim Megson

Etienne de Vadder

May Tang

Ezgi Terzioglu

Cassandra Tsolakis

Yuxiang Cao

Deyan Saev

Tryfon Foteinopoulos

Ondřej Tichý

Tom Coupe

Maxim Goldau

Jakeline Londono

Matthijs la Roi

Francis Ng

Calum Campbell

Akari Takebayashi

Marta Wasenczuk

Meera Yadave

Stuart Macalister

Leo Cheung

Fanos Katsaris

Kelin Yue

Jakob Lund

Andrew Bigwood

Marcus Hawk

Chioma Ndeze

Sabeena Bagol

Isobel Bracegirdle

Miguel Alonso Rodriguez

Joe Brennan

Brisa Chander

Changyeob Lee

Phillip Hall-Patch

Pablo Zamorano

Hyein Lee

Adrienne Lau

Taz Chappell

Ana Diez Lopez

Alberto Dominguez

Hilary Moir

Ray Torbellin

Marco Mazzotta

Barbara Lavickova

Fabian Hubner

Dimitra Poulokefalou

Alfonso Monedero

Mark Burrows

Kypros Kyprou

Luis Miguel Samanez

Hayley Henry

Charlotte Hodges

Lisa Finlay

Lisa Finlay joined Heatherwick Studio in 2011. As Group Leader she is overseeing a series of projects including 1000 Trees, a 3 million sqft, mixed-use development next to Shanghai’s art district, the M50.  The project includes retail, workspace, a hotel, parkland and the conservation of four historic buildings which have been integrated into the development. The first phase is under construction; due for completion in 2018.

Coal Drops Yard, a new retail quarter and public space in Kings Cross, London is also under Lisa’s supervision. She worked closely with the developer, heritage bodies and stakeholders to introduce a curving roof to stitch the historic coal drops buildings together – creating a third storey of retail and unifying heart to the site.

The project is currently under construction and due for completion in 2018.

Lisa founded 7N architecture practice in Edinburgh in 2009. Here she delivered two award winning projects in social housing and public realm, whilst leading large scale cultural-led regeneration projects for Scottish Enterprise, British Waterways and the Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership.

Group Leadership

In 2015 the studio created the role of Group Leader to support the growth in scale and number of its projects. Working with Thomas Heatherwick, Group Leaders are responsible for leading all aspects of a portfolio of projects from concept development through to delivery. They are also part of the studio’s senior management group, guiding business strategy, planning and process.

Irene Mennini

Kyriakos Chatziparaskevas

Giuliano Pairone

Emmanouil Rentopoulos

Dani Rossello Diez

Dani joined Heatherwick Studio in 2016 having worked as an associate partner of the architecture practice Legorreta+Legorreta in Mexico. As Group Leader at the studio, Dani is overseeing a range projects including the Bund Finance Centre, a new mixed-use development designed in collaboration with Fosters + Partners. The project will open in 2017.

Whilst at Legorreta+Legorreta, Dani worked on large-scale projects including the competition for a new airport at Mexico City in partnership with Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, the Highland Hall Dorms at Stanford University and a Four Seasons Resort in Mexico.

From 1997 – 2013 Dani was Director of Enric Miralles – Benedetta Tagliabue Architects (EMBT). Here he worked award winning projects including the Zhang Daqian Museum in Neijiang, China – awarded 2011 Building of the Year at WAF, and a campus for the University of Vigo in Spain (FAD AWARD 2000). Dani has also worked on notable landscaping projects in Spain including the Angel Pestana square in Barcelona and the Ricard Vinyes public square in Lleida.

Dani has taught at Columbia University GSAPP, Harvard GSD, Tec de Monterrey, the University of South California, La Salle and the Enric Miralles Foundation.

Group Leadership

In 2015 the studio created the role of Group Leader to support the growth in scale and number of its projects. Working with Thomas Heatherwick, Group Leaders are responsible for leading all aspects of a portfolio of projects from concept development through to delivery. They are also part of the studio’s senior management group, guiding business strategy, planning and process.

Ayesha Kapila

Sinéad Morgan

Ning Loh

Lu Xia

Takashi Tsurumaki

Juliette Sung

Gabriel Sanchiz

Dylan Perera

Consuelo Manna

Peter Romvári

Evonne Mackenzie

Ben Dudek

Erich Breuer

Fei Zheng

Nicolas Ombres

Andrea Piazza

Nilufer Kocabas

Karen Nicolao

Will Hicks

Chen Zhan

Thomas Heatherwick

Founder and Design Director

Thomas Heatherwick is a British designer whose prolific and varied work over two decades is characterised by its ingenuity, inventiveness and originality. Defying the conventional classification of design disciplines, Thomas founded Heatherwick studio in 1994 to bring the practices of design, architecture and urban planning together in a single workspace.

Thomas leads the design of all Heatherwick Studio projects, working in collaboration with a team of 200 highly-skilled architects, designers, and makers. Thomas’ unusual approach applies artistic thinking to the needs of each project, resulting in some of the most acclaimed designs of our time. Based in London, Heatherwick studio is currently working in four continents on projects valued at over £2 billion.

Following the success of the UK Pavilion for the Shanghai World Expo in 2010, Heatherwick studio has gone on to win exciting design briefs including the Learning Hub at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University, and the new Google campus in Silicon Valley. Thomas has been appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, a Royal Academician and in 2004 became the youngest Royal Designer for Industry.

Raquel Diniz

Tracy Shum

Ángela Bailén López

Ilias Oikonomakis

Charles Wu

Wendy Lee

Chiara Zaccagnini

Ike Aigbogun

Ally Oberrotman

Ben Pearce

Neil Hubbard

Since joining the studio in 2005, Neil has proven instrumental in delivering innovative designs on numerous high-profile projects. He became a Group Leader in 2018, recognising his significant contribution to the studio.

He played a pivotal role in the 650,000sqm, £120 million transformation of Pacific Place, a prestigious retail centre in Hong Kong, deploying creative design solutions throughout the scheme. In 2010, Neil led the successful delivery of the new Routemaster bus. This iconic vehicle was transformed through the design of a cohesive collection of interior details and windows, offering a 360-degree view of the city. In 2012, Neil led the concept design of Pier55, a new public park and performance space in the Hudson River in New York City. He also led the design delivery of all of the studio’s international exhibitions.

Currently, Neil is looking after a six-hectare mixed-used development in the centre of Tokyo, Japan, and the design of a new cultural institution, amongst other projects.

Group Leadership

In 2015 the studio created the role of Group Leader to support the growth in scale and number of its projects. Working with Thomas Heatherwick, Group Leaders are responsible for leading all aspects of a portfolio of projects from concept development through to delivery. They are also part of the studio’s senior management group, guiding business strategy, planning and process.

Simon Ng

Paul Brooke

Nasios Varnavas

Naoko Omasa

Osbert So

Luis Sacristan

Aaron Cattani

Mikel Beaumont

Montana Mae Feiger

Ruth Mellor

Uwe Frohmader

Ricardo Sosa Mejia

Carlos Parraga-Botero

Jeff Powers

Leonardo Colucci

Andre Ford

Anjie Gu

Tom Castle

Skye Yuxi Sun

Nick Ling

Tamsin Green

Eliot Postma

Eliot Postma joined Heatherwick Studio in 2010. As Group Leader he is overseeing all aspects of the new Google campus in Mountain View, California, as well as other projects in the UK.

Eliot has worked on a range of the studios projects including the Bund Finance centre in Shanghai and Bateau, a river boat in France.  He was also Project Leader on the Bombay Sapphire Distillery at Laverstoke Mill in Hampshire. The project involved the restoration of 18th Century Grade II listed buildings, the addition of two custom glasshouses, significant master planning and landscape design. The distillery opened in 2014 and was awarded BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ for sustainability.

Eliot worked previously at Fosters + Partners where he was involved with projects including a masterplan for Sydney Harbour, residential complex in Hong Kong and Commercial tower scheme in Moscow.

Group Leadership

In 2015 the studio created the role of Group Leader to support the growth in scale and number of its projects. Working with Thomas Heatherwick, Group Leaders are responsible for leading all aspects of a portfolio of projects from concept development through to delivery. They are also part of the studio’s senior management group, guiding business strategy, planning and process.

Jordan Bailiff

Alex Dickie

Michael Lewis

Paco Rojas Rivadulla

Victor Bustos

Sarah Gill

James Tomkins

Katerina Joannides

Hannah Steenson

Melissa Osborne

Luke Squires

Francis Henderson

Pat Casey

Paul Westwood

James Ness

Charlie Kentish

Aysha Zahid

Nadia Wikborg

Kacper Chmielewski

Rosanna Marks

Michael Kloihofer

Julian Saul

Emma Reid

Juan Oyarbide

Claudia Orsetti

Craig Miller

Wendy Smith

Luke Plumbley

Elliot Jefferies

David Agostini

Silena Patsalidou

Francesco Cavaliere

Amaia Diaz

Jonathan Curtis

Cong Wang

Steven Howson

Fernando Poucell

Aziz Hoque

Simon Winters

Sofia Amodio

Konrad Frankowski

Stuart Wood

Stuart Wood joined Heatherwick Studio in 2002 making him the longest serving member of the design and leadership team. With a background in Industrial Design, Stuart has led the broadest range of projects and some of the most iconic for the studio. These include the award-winning UK Pavilion for the 2010 Shanghai World, Transport for London’s 1000 New Routemaster bus fleet and the design phases of Google’s two new 1 million+ sqft headquarters in California, now in construction.

He has lead projects of all scales and typologies from experimental furniture to strategic city planning. With a clear focus on innovation and technology’s impact on future city design, Stuart leads a diverse portfolio of projects around the world including the U.K., United States, Singapore and Europe. These currently include the centrepiece for Hudson Yards, in Manhattan’s West Side and in London, a 1 million sqft new home for Google in King’s Cross.

Elsewhere his group is delivering a 110m ice-breaking exploration vessel, a masterplan study for adaptable cities and the competition to design Singapore’s new multi-billion dollar airport terminal at Changi.

Group Leadership

In 2015 the studio created the role of Group Leader to support the growth in scale and number of its projects. Working with Thomas Heatherwick, Group Leaders are responsible for leading all aspects of a portfolio of projects from concept development through to delivery. They are also part of the studio’s senior management group, guiding business strategy, planning and process.

Teodor Cozma

Steven Ascensao

Almudena Rodriguez

Emma Wright

Business Developer Administrator

Liz Betterton

Angel Tenorio

Ahad Sheikh

Anca Trestian

Dirce Medina

Francis McCloskey

Pawel Jaskulski

Harriet Ridout

Valentina Occhini

Bori Kovacs

Linus Cheng

Laurence Dudeney

Hannah Parker

Ross Gribben

Mi Ding

Noor Kassam

Silvia Rueda Cuellar

Alex Murarescu

José Luís De Melo Cadilhe

Grace Chung

Freddie Lomas

Stepan Martinovsky

Stevie Mackinnon-Smith

Ville Saarikoski

Elisa Simonetti

Adriana Cabello Plasencia

Catherine Jones

Tilly Symonds

Sonila Kadillari

Jordan Tobin

Brandon Whitwell-Mak

Mat Cash

Since joining Heatherwick Studio in 2006, Mat has been responsible for some of the studios largest and most important projects. These include Pacific Place a 650,000 sqm mixed use development in Hong Kong; a new public park and leisure destination in Abu Dhabi, the competition winning design for 1 million sqm mixed use development in Leeds and a biofuel power station on Teesside.

He has led teams undertaking major master planning, strategic thinking and place making in Royal Docks, Earls Court and Covent Garden in London as well as Taikoo place in Hong Kong and Penn Station and Pier55 in New York.

As Group Leader Mat currently oversees a portfolio of projects that spans the UK, Japan, Singapore, South Africa and the United States. These include Zeitz MOCAA the re-invention of an historic grain silo in Cape Town into a major cultural institution; a major new residential tower in Singapore; Maggie’s Cancer Care centre in Leeds; as well as a large scale mixed use urban development in the heart of Tokyo.

Group Leadership

In 2015 the studio created the role of Group Leader to support the growth in scale and number of its projects. Working with Thomas Heatherwick, Group Leaders are responsible for leading all aspects of a portfolio of projects from concept development through to delivery. They are also part of the studio’s senior management group, guiding business strategy, planning and process.

Arturo Revilla