Underground Journeys / V&A, until February 2011
This is a great little exhibition at the V&A, chronicling the work of architect Charles Holden for the London Underground in the early 20th Century. Working closely with Frank Pick, Holden’s practice designed some of the most beautiful stations on the network, such as Southgate & Arnos Grove, and also the TfL headquarters at 55 Broadway. The show has an abundance of sketches, plans and models, and also features some beautiful graphics and ephemera from the era.
Until February 13 2011, free admission. More here.