There will be an opportunity next month to visit the architects working on a new set of designs for London Underground tube stations.

Studio Egret West’s new studio and showroom  will be open for four days to let the public in and discuss the past, present and future of the tube network.

The installation, just up the road from Farringdon Station, will show off the work Studio Egret West have been undertaking with London Underground to develop a design guide that will apply to future refurbishments, and covers every aspect of station architecture and ambience, from pavement to platform.

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The exhibition is open from Thur 4th June to Sun 7th June 10am-4pm.

Entry is free, but you do need to book a ticket – here.

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2 comments on “Exhibition shows off future Tube Station designs
  1. Jim Good says:

    Sadly not in London on any of these days. Would live to kjow wgat they are doing about tiking, one of London Underground’s great traditions.

  2. Jim Good says:

    Sorry tiling

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