Branch Design Archive
Barclays is the first major UK bank to offer free Wi-Fi access in all its branches. They say it will help staff sell mobile banking solutions to customers.
This big portfolio of 10 branch design projects from around the world includes 32 photos and two videos.
This new flagship location integrates innovative technologies like touchscreen tablets and interactive motion-sensing video walls with strategic branch design.
A new PNC branch is so efficient the bank will probably be generating more energy than it uses, selling any surplus power back to the grid.
A full-scale prototype -- built entirely from cardboard boxes -- becomes the branch of the future for Australia’s largest banking co-op, with roaming concierges and an herb wall.
A collection of notable branch design in the retail banking sector, including a wine bar, a spartan whitewashed branch, and Virgin Money's first store.
Four of South Africa’s biggest banks rolled out fancy new branches stuffed with tech. But does all the high-tech gadgetry come at the expense of personal interactions?
Banks explore a wide range of innovations in branches -- iPads, espresso bars, meeting pods, internet kiosks, and even custom scents -- in this photo essay with 50+ images.
Virgin Money rolls out its first store… A credit union introduces its anti-bank branch… ING hits the road… Plus photos of five other branch experiences.
When the first Air Bank branch opens, customers will be free to sit at any of 8 computer terminals and conduct their banking — either self-serve or side-by-side with a customer service representative.
For all the benefits online and mobile banking solutions offer, instant issue cards is one convenience available only at physical branch locations.
A photo tour of 10 of the latest in contemporary retail banking concepts.
Ziraat is one of the world's first banks to deploy tellerless branch "pods." They aim to have 1,000 across Turkey, each costing around $100,000.
How should branches handle transactions in an increasingly tech world? Coastal FCU’s answer: replace tellers at all 13 of its branches with video.