A lot of wonderful things going on in here. The logotype is incredible, the layout perfect, and the imagery spot on. Love the weight of the font and the subtly distinctive modifications. I am really averse to the modern trend of forcing a logo mark. This image recalls the time when they knew how to create a proper logotype.
Anyone have a copy? I would think these guys must.
UPDATE: Via Keith Guerin in the comments: Some info on the architects responsible for this structure.
Probably close to perfect interior architecture in that place. Some more pics and info here.