For Thomas Heatherwick, architecture and urban design go hand-in-hand. Like with all of his projects, he strives to consider them from a human scale capturing the essence of what already exists. His holistic approach brings a thoughtful dimension to architecture, design and urban spaces. Joining the interview is ArchDaily editor, Christele Harrouk, to explore deeper into how Heatherwick approaches his projects with an inspiring amount of integrity and humility.
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This podcast was created by reSITE, the global non-profit acting to improve the urban environment and organized as part of the project Shared Cities: Creative Momentum. It is produced by Radka Ondrackova, Matej Kostruh, Gil Cienfuegos, Adriana Bielkova and Polina Riabukha. It is directed and hosted by Alexandra Siebenthal and recorded and edited by LittleBig Studio.