London Tube Station Buildings, Architecture Photos, UK Capital Metro Buildings Designs
London Underground Stations
Underground Transportation Developments, England, UK Capital City Architecture
post updated 12 May 2023
Underground Stations London
We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of London Underground Station Architecture. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both. We cover completed Tube buildings and proposed building designs.
31 Oct 2022
Bond Street Station, Hanover Square and Davies Street, Central London, England, UK
Design: John McAslan + Partners / Engineer: WSP
photo : John McAslan + Partners
Bond Street Station London Elizabeth Line
A new point of arrival into London’s West End designed by John McAslan + Partners with engineers WSP creates an uplifting passenger experience that celebrates the urban realm of Bond Street station.
23 May 2022
Two Elizabeth Line stations
Design: Weston Williamson + Partners Architects
photo : Morley von Sternberg
Two Elizabeth Line Stations
Weston Williamson + Partners are the architects behind two new Elizabeth Line stations at Paddington and Woolwich, now revealed as London’s largest infrastructure project in decades opens to the public. The Elizabeth Line is a transformational new railway line for London, and will stretch more than 100km from Reading and Heathrow in the west through central London to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.
Tottenham Court Road Underground Station, Oxford Street, Central London
Design: Stanton Williams Architects
photo © Jack Hobhouse
Tottenham Court Road Underground Station
Jubilee Line Station Buildings
Jubilee Line Buildings
London Underground Station Buildings
Key buildings, alphabetical:
Canary Wharf Station – Jubilee Line Extension, Isle of Dogs
Design: Foster + Partners
photo © Adrian Welch
Canary Wharf Station
Canary Wharf Underground station is on the Jubilee line, between Canada Water and North Greenwich. The building was opened on 17 September 1999 as part of the Jubilee Line Extension.
Over 40 million people pass through the station each year, making it second busiest on the London Underground outside Central London after Stratford, and also the busiest that serves only a single line. Above ground there is little sign of the vast interior: two curved glass canopies at the east and west ends of the station cover the entrances and allow daylight into the ticket hall below.
Crossrail Stations – proposed developments
Design: various Architects
picture from Crossrail
Plans by Crossrail to develop 30,000 sqft of residential space in Holborn have been approved by Camden Council. The building development will sit above the Fisher Street shaft – a single storey structure that provides access and ventilation to the below ground Crossrail tunnels.
More London Tube Station projects online soon
Location: London, England, UK
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Railway Stations London
Featured London Railway Station Building
King’s Cross Station Concourse
photo © Hufton + Crow
Kings Cross Concourse
The King’s Cross Station redevelopment and the Olympic Masterplan share this year’s prestigious NLA ‘Overall Winner’ Award. Both projects were commended for their outstanding contribution to London. The dramatic new space combines beautifully with painstaking work on the heritage of the Grade1 listed station. This balance between old and new typifies the complexity of development in the UK capital city.
London Railway Station Building Links – selection:
Waterloo Railway Station
photograph © Nick Weall
King’s Cross Buildings : Development
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