In the photos, the booking office in the center of St Pancros Station in London is the magnificent winter garden of 1869

In the photos, the booking office in the center of St Pancros Station in London is the magnificent winter garden of 1869

A new address in the King’s Cross district of London, the booking office 1869 shines with its 22m long bark and 8m tall palm trees. Hotelier Harry Handelsman gave the Carde Blanche to architect Hugo Toro.

Twenty-two meter long bark decorated with turquoise pottery, brass leaf suspensions, carmine red lacquer floor, eight meter tall palm trees:Architect French-Mexican Hugo Bull Imagine a winter garden in the large old ticket office at St Bancros Station in London.

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Talented designer who has now done three contracts Dental (Paris, Ramadulle and Val d’Isare for the Paris Society group), who had a Carde Blanche for this forensic project in the center of the King’s Cross district. Conclusion: Look at a restaurant Decoration With a timeless and vibrant, teja-wu look, every piece of furniture, lighting, printed fabrics or details are specially designed. Emotional pieces created to give a feeling like it always has.


Meal Break at Cocktail Bar (until midnight on weekdays and one hour on weekends) or Chef Patrick Powell’s Men’s Breakfast: Spend the weekend there when Eurostar arrives in London. While waiting for the outdoor terrace garden to open next spring …

St. Bancros Renaissance Hotel, Euston Road, NW1. www.booking-office.co.uk/

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