Thomas Heatherwick explains his studio’s “human-centred” approach to the design of public spaces in this filmed talk hosted by Dezeen and Second Home in Los Angeles.
The British designer, whose studio designed the Coal Drops Yard shopping district in London and the Vessel centrepiece at Hudson Yards in New York, told Dezeen founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs that his projects are open to users’ interpretations.
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