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Georg Keller Bank (GKB) 

Georg Keller Bank offers its customers comprehensible business transactions such as managing accounts or trading in GKB shares.

The bank consists of a suitcase that can be converted into a bank counter. The shape it takes does not conform to that of conventional banks since the staging of the bank has been minimized. However, the suitcase structure of the bank is ideal for fast-paced global markets because it has the flexibility to travel with financial currents.

Correspondence is analog throughout; linocuts are used to print all required forms. It takes two linocuts and one piece of carbon paper to manage a bank account. The bank keeps one copy and the client the other to ensure that both partners always work from the same premises. This generates mutual trust since an account can never be changed autonomously. 

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