57/365 challenge / by Carolina Negel _Architectural Photography

A Mario Botta creation, Geneva

The Julius Bär bank in Geneva was designed by Mario Botta (b. 1943), an internationally renowned Swiss architect from Ticino, the Italian speaking part of Switzerland. He is  known for using relatively inexpensive traditional materials, such as bricks, and simple geometric forms, like circles, squares and rectangles, in multiple combinations.  One of his best known works is the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco (1995).  

Taken with my little Lumix automatic and edited with PS