The 156-year-old train network is famed for its “moquettes,” or carpeted textiles. One design studio is working to reimagine the archival patterns for today.

The London Underground, also known as “the Tube,” has shuttled passengers between Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, and England’s capital for more than 100 years. The subterranean train got its start in 1863 as the Metropolitan Railway—the world’s first underground passenger-carrying transit line—but exists today as a network of 11 lines, servicing 5 million passengers daily.

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