Thomas Heatherwick - Quotes

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Clearly I've got an ego. ---->>>

I don't feel I'm trying to make art. I'm trying to make interesting things. People can relate to that. ---->>>

I have a strong sense that every project is an invention, which is not a word I hear being used in architecture courses.

I have a strong sense that every project is an invention, which is not a word I hear being used in architecture courses.

I am finally getting the chance to build large structures and break preconceptions that my designs are just sculptures for people to be in. But my work always comes down to the human scale. ---->>>

I'm wary of the word 'inventing,' because in the British psyche the word 'inventor' is immediately linked with 'mad'. For me, inventing is problem-solving. ---->>>

At the root of everything I do is a fascination with ideas - what ideas are for, what jobs they do. ---->>>

An interest in ideas is a sign of human life. People are fascinated by what the future is going to be - and the future is going to be an accumulation of ideas. ---->>>

One great building does not make a great city. ---->>>

To make architecture with any real value is a massive challenge. ---->>>

As a teenager, my father took me to the shows at the Architectural Association and to places like Milton Keynes back when it was first being built. But I couldn't find anything for me. There seemed to be despair at the possibility of the built environment possessing any imagination in the real world. ---->>>

It's important for people who criticise architects - whether what they build is or isn't to your taste - to appreciate how they devote themselves and put everything into bringing a building into existence. ---->>>

I studied at a time when buildings were sterile things, and their creators were hands-off people - super-intelligent people, but you felt they didn't love the stuff buildings are made from. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: 02-17, 1970
Birthplace: London, England
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Occupation: Designer

Thomas Alexander Heatherwick, CBE, RDI, HonFREng (born 17 February 1970) is an English designer and the founder of London-based design practice Heatherwick Studio. Since the late 1990s Heatherwick has emerged as one of Britain's most significant designers. Heatherwick works with a team of around 180 architects, designers and makers from a studio and workshop in King's Cross, London (wikipedia)