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TateHindle Wins Competition to Transform London Underground HQ

TateHindle Wins Competition to Transform London Underground HQ
TateHindle Wins Competition to Transform London Underground HQ, The London Underground Headquarters at 55 Broadway. Image © Flickr CC USer Chris Guy
The London Underground Headquarters at 55 Broadway. Image © Flickr CC USer Chris Guy

Transport for London today announced TateHindle as the winners of the competition to transform their London Underground Headquarters into a residential building. The building, designed by Charles Holden and completed in 1929, was once the tallest office block in London and has been home to Transport for London ever since. However, TfL say the building at 55 Broadway is "no longer fit for purpose", and will move out in 2015 when TateHindle will begin the renovation. You can read the full story on the Architects' Journal.

Cite: Rory Stott. "TateHindle Wins Competition to Transform London Underground HQ" 01 May 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/502336/tatehindle-wins-competition-to-transform-london-underground-hq/> ISSN 0719-8884