A first class return to St Pancras

Evamy, Michael
July 2011
Creative Review;Jul2011, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p68
The article evaluates the logo designed by the British graphic arts firm North for the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, located near St. Pancras Station in London, England.


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