Meet the Designer: The Tooley Street Triangle



In July 2020, The LFA and Team London Bridge unveiled The Tooley Street Triangle – a new wayfinding beacon designed by Charles Holland Architects outside London Bridge Station. The latest in the London Festival of Architecture’s ongoing series of public realm improvements across London, The Tooley Street Triangle is a symbol of celebration and welcome as London’s streets come to life once again with visitors, commuters and Londoners.

To hear Charles Holland share the story behind the design and how it fits into the wider concept of wayfinding, click on the video below.




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