A limited hand-drawn sketch of Canary Wharf Station featured in the first edition of Architectour London Guide. The drawing comes in a box with an art certificate. Prints are also available upon request.
- Title: Canary Wharf Station
- Size: 148 x 210 mm (5.8 x 8.3 in)
- Paper: Hahnemühle
- Technique: Micro pigment ink, waterproof and fade proof
About the building
Amongst the new underground stations built for the Jubilee Line extension, Canary Wharf’s was by far the largest and the most awe-inspiring. The enormous excavated pit (24 m / 79 ft deep and 265 m / 869 ft long) was developed with a ‘cut and cover’ method – the traditional way of the 1800’s underground – and it’s so large One Canada Square Tower could fit in. It has become an icon and one of our favourite structures by Foster + Partners.
About the artist
Virginia Duran is an architect and urban planner from Madrid, Spain. Her profession as an architect and her passion for art remain inextricably entwined. As a result, her primary interest within art is space and its relationship to people.
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