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Anne Thorne Architects

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Anne Thorne Architects has completed a refurbishment of the pedestrian subways at Aldgate in London's City fringes. The complex network of subways, built in the 1960s, is among London's most extensive, with 28 separate exits.

The network was simplified by creating clearly defined, colour-coded zones and by reducing the number of exits. The materials used - stainless steel and durable vitreous enamel panels - were chosen to be long lasting, vandal proof and low maintenance.

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