Underground Rail Line Converted Into A Public Park [My Ideal City]

Underground Rail Line Converted Into A Public Park [My Ideal City]
Design

New park in London converts an abandoned rail tunnel into a civic space and mushroom garden.

PSFK Labs
  • 28 april 2013

Taking cues from the successes of New York City’s High Line park and other derelict revival projects, a Pop Down park is being developed in London. Visitors will use an underground walkway that repurposes old mail-rail tunnels into a public green space. Maximizing urban spaces by incorporating natural elements is becoming a global trend. Likewise, re-imagining decaying urban environments as entirely new spaces serves to bring in new opportunities for commerce and cultural exchange.

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