Tube Station Anthology 1924 - 1961 by Joshua Abbott and Philip Butler
Charles Holden's designs for the London Underground from the mid-1920s to the outbreak of World War II represent a high point of transport architecture and Modernist design in Britain. His collaboration with Frank Pick, the Chief Executive of London Transport, brought about a marriage of form and function, civic service and commerce, which is still celebrated today.
This book catalogues and showcases the surviving stations from this innovative period and later examples influenced by it. Contemporary photographs by Philip Butler, annotated with a station-by-station overview by Joshua Abbott, will guide you through the network's Modernist gems.
200 p/p hardback casebound
Lithographically printed on 170 gsm silk paper
Foil overlaid cover
Limited edition of 500 copies.
A note on the title: Following feedback received during the Kickstarter campaign, we have adjusted the title of this book from Tube Station Typologies to Tube Station Anthology. This reflects the sequencing of the book, which is geographical and chronological, rather than by form.