Thomas Heatherwick

Thomas Heatherwick is a visionary British designer renowned for his innovative contributions to architecture, urban planning, and product design. He founded Heatherwick Studio, a multidisciplinary design firm celebrated for projects such as the London 2012 Olympic Cauldron and the Vessel in New York City’s Hudson Yards. Heatherwick’s unique approach seamlessly blends artistic creativity with a profound understanding of materials and functionality.

He took center stage in our Netting Zero series, presented by The New York Times. In anticipation of the event, we crafted a compelling social media segment to provide a glimpse into the insightful dialogue around creativity and sustainability. Joining him in conversation, Whitney Richardson from The New York Times explores Heatherwick’s latest projects and delves into the transformative potential of design in enhancing both health and the environment.

Watch the edited interview below.