The practice is delivering Crossrail's Bond Street station. Consisting of two distinct station elements at Davies Street and
Hanover Square, the scheme forms part of Europe's largest single construction project. The scheme creates two deep
east-west platforms, emerging at street level via two new ticket halls south of Oxford Street. Connecting to the existing
London Underground station, the new interchange will serve 230,000 people daily when complete in 2018. The practice is also undertaking an urban integration and landscaping study in collaboration with the City of Westminster, Grosvenor and Great Portland Estates, to embed the station in its immediate and wider context.
Landscape + Public Realm, Infrastructure
Transport for London
John McAslan + Partners, Masterplanner and Landscape Architect
Balfour Beatty Management
Working with engineers Pell Frischmann, JMP designed 10 new stations for the ...
King's Cross Station
The transformation of King's Cross Station creates a remarkable dialogue ...
John McAslan + Partners and Hyder Consulting were appointed by Transport for ...
John McAslan + Partners is supporting the design of six Green Line stations ...