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British designer Thomas Heatherwick recently unveiled plans for Vessel —a beehive-shaped artwork, comprised of 154 interconnected flights of stairs, at the center of the17-million square foot Hudson Yards development in New York City. The ... Wired News, 1 week ago

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A British Designer Is Building a $150 Million Climbable Sculpture in New York City

Forbes Massie British designer Thomas Heatherwick has unveiled plans for Vessel , a climbable piece of public art to be built as a centerpiece for the Public Square and Gardens at Hudson Yards on the west side of Manhattan, designed by Nelson ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago British invasion: Adjaye and Heatherwick design landmark projects in US  Digital Construction News3 weeks ago 'New York's Eiffel Tower': Heatherwick unveils landmark sculpture for Hudson Yards  Leisure Management1 month ago
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First View: Thomas Heatherwick's Hudson Yards 'Vessel'

British architect Thomas Heatherwick's design for a grand public space as part of the Hudson Yards project in Manhattan is keeping the media buzzing, after plans for the monumental new structure were unveiled yesterday. The new public square of more ...
 Blouin Artinfo India2 weeks ago First View: Thomas Heatherwick's Monumental Hudson Yards 'Vessel'  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago NYC's Next Park Will Feature This Giant Climbable Labyrinth  Fast Company1 month ago thomas heatherwick explains the climbable vessel set for new york's hudson yards  Designboom1 month ago

Why Architects Design Chairs

Eero Saarinen, Zaha Hadid, Norman Foster, Thomas Heatherwick, Walter Gropius, Shigeru Ban, Rem Koolhaas, Frank Gehry: If it seems like every architect of note has also designed a chair, it's because that's pretty much true . Why? In her new book ...
 Fast Company2 months ago
American Society of Landscape Architects

Collaboration Is King; Placemaking

A rendering of the proposed Hudson Yards gardens by Nelson Byrd Woltz, with Thomas Heatherwick's sculptural tower / Hudson Yards If one were to pen a history of landscape architecture, who would emerge as the central hero? Or would it be a person ...
 Sustainable Cities Collective2 weeks ago Collaboration Is King  American Society of Landscape Architects3 weeks ago

Hinged Magazine Covers

Thomas Heatherwick's 'Friction Cover' was Designed for Wallpaper Magazine The cover is the prime location for a magazine to show off its best designs, but Thomas Heatherwick's 'Friction Cover' turns the form of the cover itself into the most ...
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Architect Magazine

Thomas Heatherwick Showcases Woven Staircases

Courtesy Forbes Massie-Heatherwick Studio Thomas Heatherwick's Stairmaster Monument [officially, if tentatively, titled " Vessel "], or the Stairway to Corporate Heaven, or whatever the $150 million mound of staircases will be called in the end, ...
 Architect Magazine4 weeks ago Thomas Heatherwick Reveals Vessel Design  Contract Magazine1 month ago Thomas Heatherwick Unveils the Vessel  Architect Magazine1 month ago Design Unveiled for Heatherwick's "Vessel" at Hudson Yards  Architectural Record1 month ago

London mayor launches investigation into Garden Bridge procurement

London mayor Sadiq Khan has ordered a review into Thomas Heatherwick's proposed £185m Garden Bridge project, which will investigate whether taxpayers have had value for money for their contribution. Dame Margaret Hodge MP, the former chair of the ...
 Leisure Week1 month ago Sadiq Khan orders review into Garden Bridge procurement  Architects' Journal1 month ago New favourite a nose ahead to be next Thames bridge  Infrastructure Intelligence1 month ago Garden Bridge gets UK government backing  World Architecture News1 month ago
Design MENA

Heatherwick reveals New York staircase sculpture project

UK-based architect Thomas Heatherwick has unveiled plans for a massive sculpture made up of interconnected staircases as a centrepiece to a development in New York. The public artwork, set to cost more than $150m, was announced by Heatherwick and ...
 Design MENA1 month ago New York's Hudson Yards to feature 16-story staircase sculpture  Building Design Construction1 month ago British architect Thomas Heatherwick unveils 16-storey staircase sculpture for New York's Hudson Yards  The Telegraph UK1 month ago A $150 Million Stairway to Nowhere on the Far West Side  Afropages.fr1 month ago

NYC unveils massive new sculpture for public space project

"Vessel" from British designer Thomas Heatherwick will stand 150 feet high, measuring 50 feet across at the base and 150 feet across at the top. The concrete and steel structure will be situated in a 5-acre public space on Manhattan's west side ...
 Mail.com1 month ago Massive $200-million Hudson Yards sculpture design unveiled  Daily Commercial News1 month ago New Yorkers invited to step up for never-ending stairway trail  New Atlas1 month ago Plans for huge sculpture in New York public plaza unveiled  Mail.com1 month ago
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