The Best of Culture in London, United Kingdom

The Best of Culture in London, England

Sight seeing: London street photography – in pictures

Sight seeing: London street photography – in pictures

A woman waits at a temporary bus stop on Kingsland Road, east London, 2010 Photograph: Mimi Mollica

Bus stop yarn bomb hat. Brilliant! Must have taken a looong time to knit!

Yarn Pintershizz is the Bomb

Bus stop yarn bomb hat. Brilliant! Must have taken a looong time to knit!

Accurate. Apart from I take sugar in my tea and always go first when there's 3 idiots at a roundabout. I ain't got time to wait for them hawhaw

Very British problems.

Accurate. Apart from I take sugar in my tea and always go first when there's 3 idiots at a roundabout. I ain't got time to wait for them hawhaw

This minimalist structure that looks like a single sheet of white concrete was designed by architect Justo García Rubío and located in Casar de Caceres, Spain.

This minimalist structure that looks like a single sheet of white concrete was designed by architect Justo García Rubío and located in Casar de Caceres, Spain.

Bus Stop, a bright red beacon that lit up Kensington Church Street from 1969 to 1979, attracting the whole of London’s new clothes-loving public and shifting so much stock that it ran out of clothes the day it opened.

Bus Stop, a bright red beacon that lit up Kensington Church Street from 1969 to 1979, attracting the whole of London’s new clothes-loving public and shifting so much stock that it ran out of clothes the day it opened.

With homes becoming more sustainable nowadays, it would only be a matter of time…

With homes becoming more sustainable nowadays, it would only be a matter of time…

Creative Bus Stop Design

Creative Bus Stop Design

A bus rapid transit (BRT) system stop in Brazil where riders pay before entering the turnstyle. The BRT has been replicated on Euclid Cooridor, Cleveland.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Really like this photo

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Really like this photo

Designed by Beatriz Cockburn to improve local public transport in Peru, the “TU colibri” displays route and time statistics on the touch sensitive information block. The bus stop uses LEDs to indicate the changed routes. It also integrates solar panels on its roof to run the bus stop on renewable energy.

Designed by Beatriz Cockburn to improve local public transport in Peru, the “TU colibri” displays route and time statistics on the touch sensitive information block. The bus stop uses LEDs to indicate the changed routes. It also integrates solar panels on its roof to run the bus stop on renewable energy.

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