Thomas Heatherwick: Humanise

A manifesto for change full of vivid stories and insights, illustrated with hundreds of compelling images, it explores how buildings and cities around the world lost their soul – and what we can do about it.

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Thomas Heatherwick: Making

Covering the studio’s first twenty years, Thomas Heatherwick: Making provides a detailed account of how 140 projects came to be. Spanning over more than 600 pages and hundreds of photographs, this is the definitive publication on the studio’s work.

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The Story of New York's Staircase

A public space like no other, Vessel was designed to give New Yorkers and visitors a unique vertical experience. In this book, readers can witness every part of its development, from initial designs to the finished structure.

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AV Monograph 222: Heatherwick Studio

The studio’s work is the focus of Arquitectura Viva’s latest monograph. Categorised into four themes – Gather, Connect, Nurture, and Reuse –  the issue includes projects from the last 20 years as well as an essay by the architecture and design writer, Deyan Sudjic.

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Produced by Italian furniture manufacturer Magis and made from moulded polypropylene, the plastic Spun chair is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

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Limited Edition Spun

The studio produces a range of limited edition Spun chairs which are produced by master spinners in Italy and finished by specialist craftsmen in the UK. Finishes range from pure mirror-polished metal to a lacquered rust patina. UK-sourced leather is handfitted to the peripheral edge and base of each Spun chair. They are then signed and numbered by Thomas Heatherwick.

Price upon request.


A beautiful feat of contemporary design, the Extrusions series is remarkable because it is the first piece of seating in metal comprised of a single component, free from any joins. Each bench is unique in form and signed and numbered by Thomas Heatherwick.

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Friction Table

The Friction Table uses the simple mechanical device of the lattice with precision execution to change its proportions and adapt to different spaces and functions. At 1.8 metres when in its round form, the Friction Table can seat groups of eight and when extended to its longest ellipse, it reaches over 4 metres.

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Kagoshima Carpet

The ‘Kagoshima’ rug was designed by Thomas Heatherwick in celebration of the 40 year anniversary of Aram Designs.

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