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What Dupont Underground could look like, via Paris

UrbanTurf has collected renderings of the possibilities that could fill Paris's eleven abandoned Metro stations. The ideas are simply proposals--no one is yet committed to turning "les stations fantomes" into a swimming pool, nightclub or art gallery--but they are in fact beautiful.

UT writes: "Looking at these creative images made us wonder: Could any of these ideas work in the Dupont Underground space?"

(Quick refresher: The Dupont Underground is 75,000 square feet of abandoned space beneath Dupont Circle, left over from a trolley station closed in the 1960s. A group calling itself the Arts Coalition for the Dupont Underground is lobbying to turn the space into an artistic and creative center.)

See the Parisian renderings here.
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