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North Greenwich Station

Jubilee Line Station Building in South London design by Alsop Lyall Architects, England, UK

23 Jun 2007

North Greenwich Underground Station

Building on the Jubilee Line Extension
Date built: 1999
Design: Alsop Lyall (led by English architect Will Alsop) ; Alsop, Lyall and Störmer

North Greenwich Underground Station building interior:
North Greenwich Station
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

This tube station opened in May 1999. It is adjacent to The O2, on the south bank of the River Thames. It is most eastern below ground station located along the line, between the Canary Wharf and Canning Town tube stops.

The blue-tiled walls in the cavernous interior were inspired by the design of MTR stations in Hong Kong. The deep volume is characterised by these deep blue tiles, but also by the high, raked concrete columns.

North Greenwich Transport Interchange – Bus Station
Date built: 1999
Design: Foster & Partners

Underground Station building exterior + Bus Station:
North Greenwich Underground Station North Greenwich Tube Station North Greenwich Underground Station Building
photos © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Location: 5 Millennium Way, Greenwich, London, England, UK

Jubilee Line Buildings

Jubilee Line London Architecture

Jubilee Line underground buildings – selection below:

Canary Wharf Tube Station
Canary Wharf Tube Station
photo © Adrian Welch
Canary Wharf Tube Station on Jubilee Line Extension

Bermondsey Jubilee Line Underground Station
Jubilee Line Underground Station
photo from Ian Ritchie Architects
Jubilee Line Underground Station

Wood Lane Station, Hammersmith, Northwest London, England, UK
Design: Ian Ritchie Architects
Wood Lane Station
photo © Jocelyne Van Den Bossche
Wood Lane Station

Greenwich Building Designs

Contemporary Greenwich Architecture

Greenwich Architecture

Greenwich hotel
Design: Eva Jiricna Architects Limited (EJAL)
Greenwich Hotel
picture from architectural office
Greenwich hotel

Greenwich Peninsula Housing

North Greenwich Station : tfl page

Millennium Dome building – renamed the O2 Arena
Millennium Dome
photo © webbaviation
Millennium Dome building

Greenwich Buildings : Millennium Village properties

Adjacent buildings include Ravensbourne College designed by Foreign Office Architects and O2 arena by HOK Sport Architecture and the Millennium Village, Greenwich.

North Greenwich Tube Station in London

London Buildings

Contemporary London Architecture

London Architecture Links – chronological list

London Architecture Tours by e-architect

London Architecture

London Architect : design firm listings on e-architect – practice contact details

London Railway Station Designs

Euston Station
Euston Station
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Kings Cross Railway Station
Kings Cross Railway Station
image © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

London Railway Station : Waterloo building

St Pancras Station

Recent London Building Designs

Kingston Academy Regeneration, Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames, south west London
Design: Astudio
Kingston Academy Regeneration London Architecture News
image courtesy of architecture office
Kingston Academy

Spire London Docklands Tower, south east London
Design: HOK, Architects
Spire London Docklands skyscraper building
image from architect practice
Spire London Docklands Tower

Royal College of Pathologists HQ, Alie Street, East London
Architects: Bennetts Associates
Royal College of Pathologists East London
photograph : Peter Cook
Royal College of Pathologists East London

Shoreditch Hotel, East London
Design: AQSO arquitectos office
Shoreditch Hotel
image Courtesy architecture office
Shoreditch Hotel Building

Madeira Residence, Bromley, south east London
Design: Rado Iliev Architect
Madeira Residence by Rado Iliev
photograph : Assen Emilov

Building photographs taken with Panasonic DMC-FX01 lumix camera; Leica lense: 2816×2112 pixels – original photos available upon request: info(at)e-architect.com

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