The Light Lab has turned a tunnel connecting King's Cross and St. Pancras International into more of an art show than a simple method from moving from one area to the next in London's underground.
Various colors light up this section of the underground system through the LED panels designed by the Light Lab. When one is walking through the corridor they are thus able to take in a bit of a show without even stepping foot into a modern museum. Considering how many people are extremely busy in London's capital, this will be a much-welcomed addition to the crowded commute many individuals have to go through on a daily basis.
The Light Lab did a great job with coming up with a design that turns the average tunnel into a piece of art.
Photo Credits: designboom, thelightlab
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