Tooley Street Triangle

by Charles Holland Architects

Location : Installed where Tooley Street and Dukes Street Hill meet the main entrance to London Bridge underground station and in front of London Bridge Hospital.

The Tooley Street Triangle by Charles Holland Architects (2020) is a striking landmark, a wayfinding installation – ‘the Beacon’, complete with a large floor map of the local area, and a new public meeting point.

This distinctive and colourful installation is designed by Charles Holland and is one of a series of projects that have emerged from Team London Bridge’s work with the London Festival of Architecture.

Historically, it has been confusing for visitors exiting the station and seeking the riverfront and its iconic bridges, or those walking along The Thames to find the way to transport services. The Tooley Street Triangle now helps people find their way and indicates pedestrian friendly routes.

Commissioned by Team London Bridge in partnership with the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).

Charles Holland Architects is an international architecture and design studio. Their work is multi-disciplinary in scope and includes buildings, exhibitions, public art and urban design as well as teaching and research.