AF Monograph Tours are a new series of day-long explorations of a single practice's built archive. This season looks at projects by Amin Taha, Peter Barber Architects, Heatherwick Studio, Richard Seifert, 6a & McMorran & Whitby. Led by London's leading architects, architectural historians and writers, the cycle tours will use a live audio broadcast to offer a socially-distanced way to experience the work of each practice.
Monograph 03: Heatherwick Studio
11am-3pm, Saturday 26 September 2020
Projects: Olympia London, The Rolling Bridge, New Bus for London, Google King’s Cross, Coal Drops Yard
Meeting Point: Outside Pizza Express at Olympia Exhibition Centre, Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX
Tickets: £40// AF Members and Supporters can use their code for 20% discount
Led by: Eliot Postma, partner and Tamsin Green, project leader at Heatherwick Studio
Since joining Heatherwick Studio in 2010, Eliot has proven instrumental in delivering innovative designs on numerous high-profile projects. Past projects include the Bund Finance Centre, a 4 million sqft mixed-use development in the heart of Shanghai; Bateau, a river boat in France; and the Bombay Sapphire Distillery in Hampshire, which comprised the restoration of Grade II-listed buildings together with the addition of two custom glasshouses, significant masterplanning, and landscape design. In 2016, Eliot was awarded a RIBA Rising Star award in recognition of his design and leadership skills.