RSHP becomes sixth architect to unveil South Ken tube designs

Image 3 - The Bullnose and New Station Entrance on Thurloe Street

Transport for London hopes this time its plans to build on grade II-listed station will succeed

Roger Stirk Harbour & Partners has become the sixth architect in 30 years to unveil designs for a redevelopment of the 150-year-old South Kensington tube station.

The grade II-listed station is both one of the oldest and one of the busiest in London, with more than 30 million visits annually.

RSHP was picked by Transport for London, in conjunction with Neo Bankside developer Native Land, to draw up plans to restore the station and create new residential and retail space.

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