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A Look Inside Stockholm’s Design-Heavy Metro Stations [Pics]

A Look Inside Stockholm’s Design-Heavy Metro Stations [Pics]
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Renowned for it's textiles, furniture design, and graphics, Sweden's most overlooked aesthetic gem includes their underground metro stations, which have become have become a major aesthetic attraction.

by Laura Feinstein
  • 10 january 2011

While Berlin may be the unofficial street-art capital of Europe, one northernmost city has slowly but quietly been establishing itself as a major design hub. Renowned for it’s textiles, furniture design, and graphics,  Sweden’s most overlooked aesthetic gem includes their underground metro stations, which have become have become a major aesthetic attraction, in addition to providing Swedish citizens with daily visual inspiration. Made to conform to the natural molding of the underground system, and painted in eye-catching colors, the citizen’s of Stockholm have more than cold weather as a reason to want to spend more time in the metro.

[via Web of Entertainment]

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