Crossrail Limited has revealed new images of the stations in central and southeast London that will form part of Transport for London’s new Elizabeth line from December 2018.
We have been working on various Crossrail stations for over 1 year now, creating over 35 images. We have been working on images with Hawkins/Brown on Liverpool St, Tottenham Court Rd and Bond St and BDP Architects on Whitechapel Rd.
It has been wonderful to see our work on BBC News and in Wallpaper* and the AJ, amongst others. The images of the new stations provide a glimpse of the common features passengers will see at platform level, as well as the bespoke design of the ticket halls and surface areas which will reflect the character of their local areas. The new stations, all of which will be step-free from train to street, will open in 2018.
The new designs are on display in a new free exhibition at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) alongside architectural components destined for the stations. The ‘Platform for Design’ exhibition gives an insight into the design of the new railway, its stations and public spaces. Open until June 14.
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