London Underground reveals new station concept

5 June 2015  •  Author(s): Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Eurotransport

London Underground has today showcased future station designs at an exhibition held in London until 16th June 2015.

London Underground reveals new station concept

The new design vision aims to incorporate customer experience and the network’s heritage and provide customers with welcoming, comfortable and easy journeys.

The vision will be outlined in London Underground’s Station Design Idiom, published in full later this year. The project covers every aspect of station architecture and ambience from pavement to platform. It aims to provide simple, clean and uncluttered spaces for the benefit of customers, represent London’s rich heritage and contemporary culture, act as a focal point of the local community and showcase London’s distinctive architecture.

Gareth Powell, London Underground’s Director of Strategy & Service Development, said: “This work builds on the iconic design heritage of London Underground to help inspire great design in all our new projects, which are required to meet rising demand and changing customer expectations. This will enable us to continue to provide customers with welcoming, easy and uplifting journeys.”

The exhibition ‘Pavement to Platform’ will be at Studio Egret West, London.

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