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Madrid Subway Map

Rafa Sañudo

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In 2007, Rafa Sañudo of Raro Design, designed the official schematic map of Madrid’s Metro together with his friend Carlos Velasco. It was the official map for eight years. Now Rafa has made this illustrated version, based on his initial sketches and whose most notable feature was the elimination of the diagonal lines to solve a "spider web" problem created as the network grew. This generated a huge controversy, but curiously, it coincided in concept with the last design presented (although it was rejected), by Harry Beck, the creator of the world's first schematic subway map (London), just before he died.