Destination | Fitzrovia Installations

Rabbit Warren Street

06 June - 30 June

Rabbit Warren Street, created by Able Partners with Elliott Wood, is a fun and bold public realm installation designed to improve the pedestrian area outside Warren Street and encourage passers-by to ‘dive into’ the less polluted streets of Fitzrovia through eye-catching wayfinding.

This ‘reimagining’ of Warren Street is the result of a competition run by The Fitzrovia Parternship with LFA earlier this year for a scheme improving the public realm around Warren Street which characterises the district and promotes less polluted pathways. The competition forms the first part of a four-year partnership between The Fitzrovia Partnership and the London Festival of Architecture, which will focus on improving gateways into Fitzrovia and testing and implementing successful public realm schemes to improve navigation and the overall experience around the area.

Image: Kes-tchaas Eccleston

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Location

Warren Street


NW1 3AA

The intervention covers the portion of the eastern end of Warren Street opposite the Tube exit, from the intersection with Tottenham Court Road

Nearest station: Warren Street, Tottenham Court Road


Tickets / Admission

Free

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Organiser

The Fitzrovia Partnership

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Level Access and Automatic Doors (or No Doors)
Assistance dogs welcome


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