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Architecture & Design

Liverpool Street Station

Liverpool Street station is one of the largest and busiest stations on the Elizabeth Line serving over 220,000 passengers daily. The station is so large that it is connects to two neighbouring London Underground stations, Liverpool street and Moorgate Station.

The design of the station successfully utilised the opportunity to integrate high quality commercial office space above one of the ticket halls at Moorgate station whilst at Broadgate, the station entrances a discreet glazed entrance is situated within a new public plaza. The Artwork at Liverpool Street station is in form of sculptures created by Yayoi Kusama and Conrad Shawcross. These works are located within the public realm forecourts that serve the stations.

Liverpool Street Station situated in the City of London was designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects. The technical design and support for the construction of the project was provided by Hawkins\Brown Architects.


Images courtesy of Morley Von Sternberg

  • Date

    June 1, 2022

  • Client

    Transport for London


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