Green Park Tube Station

London W1

Awards:
Award in the Landscaping Category (Natural Stone Awards 2012)
Architect/Designer:
Capita Architecture, Acanthus LW & John Maine RA
Client:
Transport for London
Main Contractor:
Tube Lines
Completion Date:
2012
Portland Stone:
Jordans Basebed, Jordans Whitbed, Bowers Roach, Fancy Beach Whitbed & Grove Whitbed
Scope of Project:
Ornately designed Façade to the re-design of the tube station

This £48M project provided a new copper and Portland Stone cladding canopy fronting Piccadilly providing shelter for the lift entrance and a new staircase.

The planning approval process involved collaboration with artist John Maine RA whose work is featured in relief on the Portland Stone cladding and granite paving to the Piccadilly area of the project. The work focuses on the geology of the Portland Stone cladding and setting of the station in the natural environment of Green Park.

A total of 63 Tube stations are now step-free from street to platform level. Art on the Underground has commissioned artist John Maine RA to create a new artwork which forms part of the station structure for passengers to enjoy.

Albion Stone supplied their full range of Portland Stones: Jordans Basebed, Jordans Whitbed, Fancy Beach Whitbed, Grove Whitbed & Jordans Roach.