Attention all budding Charles Holdens. Platform for Art, in association with the V&A are holding a competition to design the Piccadilly Line station of the future. Anyone can enter: children, adults with no previous engineering experience…even Multiplex.
OK, so the winning designs won’t actually be built. But your work will be displayed in poster form, as part of the Piccadilly’s centenary celebrations. Naturally, we’ll be entering an improved reworking of Cockfosters, with predictable yet hilarious augmentations.
The competition, called ‘Thin Cities - Station of the Future’ closes on 16 October, so get drawing. (Bizarrely, they’re only accepting paper entries, so forget about Photoshop.)
Image is by Nils Norman and © TfL. (Please don’t sue us – we’re promoting your stuff!)