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Thomas Heatherwick Tapped to Design as Many as 20 Beijing Subway Stations

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 17, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Ross Brooks last modified Oct 16, 2013


Beijing Subway photo from Shutterstock Beijing is planning to add 125 miles to its underground rail network - and the city just appointed Thomas Heatherwick to design at least two brand new stations. If all goes well, the British designer could go on to




 

 

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Beijing is planning to add 125 miles to its underground rail network – and the city just appointed Thomas Heatherwick to design at least two brand new stations. If all goes well, the British designer could go on to design up to 20 stations, which is the equivalent of an entire metro line. Heatherwick is currently traveling with London Mayor Boris Johnson on a trade mission to China, and has still managed to find the time to bid for the development of two new stations on the London Underground.

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