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Paris Underground: The Maps, Stations, and Design of the Metro by Mark OvendenThe delectable follow up to Transit Maps of the World— with a French twist
A word-of- mouth sensation, Transit Maps of the World garnered rave reviews and offered delicious eye-candy to the many who devoured its lusciously designed pages. In Paris Underground, Mark Ovenden turns his attention to the famous Paris transit system with its inimitable Art Nouveau inspired stations and Art Deco signage. More than one thousand maps, diagrams, and photographs—historical and current—along with fascinating factual tidbits and enthusiastic, informed commentary embellish this gorgeous cultural history of the Metro’s design and construction. Transit buffs, Francophiles, and anyone who appreciates beautiful design are sure to make Paris Underground the season’s must-have volume.
The New Paris Metro Map
For full-sized map, incl. Paris, the capital of France 9 million inhabitants in Greater Paris , is one of Europe's metro flagships. After London , Glasgow and Budapest both this is the continent's fourth oldest metro system and probably the densest. The first line ligne 1 was opened in as part of a planned six-line network [View network ]. The total length of the network is
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France's news in English Search. - We looked at Paris from a different perspective and it inspired us to create this fundamentally new map of Paris metro system, regional trains, and trams.
Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. With Paris Metro travelling around the French capital is simple and stress-free! The travel app includes the RATP official map of the metro system as well as a route planner to help get you from A to B.
Information designer engaged in the development of maps and wayfinding. My interests include urban studies and the history of cities. Earlier issues. In this article, I will attempt to describe the principal solutions involved in the development of my own version of the Paris metro map. I am unable to discuss the entire process that went into the creation of this new map, because it took me around two and a half years to complete, and an article of that length would bore even the most committed of readers. In this light, I will cover only the principal graphical solutions.