Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Built in the early 20th century in Flora Fountain, one of Mumbai\'s historic areas, and surrounded by beautiful colonial buildings, this relatively modern building is built in the Art Deco style. The new mezzanine floats in the banking hall, freeing the windows on all external sides, thus allowing a lot of air and light into the space. The teller counters, which form a very important part of the banking hall, were subdivided into corporate and personal tellers, each having separate entrances. The flooring is a combination of Italian marble in strong patterns, and carpeting. Metal forms a dominant part of the mezzanine and staircase railings, furniture, lights and signage.