Dwell magazine said "it may be the most refined bank branch in the world." The 4,000-square-foot structure, designed by Deborah Berke & Partners Architects, holds its own among superstores and parking lots. Suspended circular lamps and recessed fixtures bounce light off the white walls and the main lobby's vaulted ceiling while lit glass roof panels give the exterior a bold glow. In Berke's own words, "It's a modernist building, but it's absolutely inextricably linked to this site in relation to visibility." The clean lines and bright lighting of Eero Saarinen's downtown Irwin Union Bank and Trust design carried over to Berke's vision for the new bank building (formerly Irwin Union Bank and Trust), a design representative of a safe and accepting environment for customers.