Charles Holland Architects has designed a pyramidal wayfinding post called The Tooley Street Triangle as a “symbol of celebration” for the London Festival of Architecture.
The Tooley Street Triangle was designed as part of a competition organised by the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) and Team London Bridge in 2018 to help people find their way around the city’s London Bridge area.
The competition won by Charles Holland Architects aimed to transform “a busy but dull traffic island” positioned opposite the main entrance to London Bridge station.
The signpost has a pyramidal structure coloured with pastel shades of pink, yellow and mint, and is topped with a reflective mirrorball.
The Tooley Street Triangle also features a life-size map of the London Bridge area, painted onto the pavement in the form of brightly coloured lines that point in the direction of the location the follower intends to reach.
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