Heatherwick has made a name for himself manipulating materials in all sorts of strange, seductive ways. He’s built everything from tin-foil huts to a half-brilliant-half-terrifying Pinhead-shaped pavilion to a bridge that curls up like an extra-slow slap bracelet.
Now, for the first time, we’ll get to see all his wild ideas together in one place--plus learn how the studio actually executes this stuff. (Seriously, how do you fabricate a giant Pinhead? We’re dying to know.) Unfortunately, Heatherwick Studio: Designing the Extraordinary doesn’t open until May. So here’s a little preview to whet your appetite.
[Images courtesy of the V&A]