Talk with Neil Hubbard | Heatherwick Studio
Neil Hubbard, Partner & Group Leader of Heatherwick Studio, interviewed by Caterina Lunghi.REGISTER NOW
Talk “Humanising design: from cars to parks”
July 12th, 2021
5.30 PM CEST
We are pleased to invite you to new online talk with Neil Hubbard, Partner and Group Leader of Heatherwick Studio.
Neil Hubbard is responsible for leading all aspects of a portfolio of projects from concept development through to delivery. He’s also part of the studio’s senior management group, guiding business strategy, planning and process.
Since 2005 in the Heatherwick Studio, Neil led site coordination the transformation of Pacific Place, a 100,000sqm retail centre in Hong Kong and the redesign of an icon of London — the Routemaster bus — for contemporary use.
Neil was a key designer on projects including the Bund Financial Centre, and acted as project lead on schemes including the design of Little Island, a new public park and performance space in the Hudson River in New York City, that has just opened.
The project comprises urban landscape design and amphitheaters for music, dance and art performances to create a unique experience for visitors.
With a focus within Asia, Neil is currently overseeing projects within China, Japan and Indonesia, including Toranomon-Azabudai — a six-hectare mixed-use development in the centre of Tokyo, currently in construction and due to complete in 2023.
The talk is part of the “Disrupting Patterns” series, multidisciplinary open lessons oriented towards innovation, design, contemporary and future themes
The talk will be held at 5.30 PM on Monday July 12th, 2021
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