Green Park Station provides access to the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria Lines. The station was included in Transport for London’s strategy on accessibility published in 2012. The £60 million refurbishment to achieve step-free access included a copper canopy, a Portland stone entrance with artwork by John Maine RA, and a ramp from the ticket hall into the Park featuring green wall screening.
Lang+Fulton designed and supplied 300sqm of panels to clad the raked inner facade of both retaining walls and the tapered wall-heads, which would support the green wall planting. The panels were made to custom sizes from Terra-34 grating and fixed with varying lengths of bracket to accommodate the stepped areas in the walls.
Panels and brackets were hot-dip galvanized and polyester powder coated in RAL6003 to ensure that the structure would have the longest possible life-cycle.
Architects: Feilden+Mawson and Acanthus
Main Contractor: Joseph Gallagher Group
Client: Tube Lines