When you think of a real application for mathematical theories, finance is the first example that comes to mind. It is the reign of order and strictness taken to the highest levels, in which the clarity of logic lets no detail slip by unnoticed, where risk is left outside, on the doorstep. It is no surprise then that the types of buildings constructed to host these lofty institutions, starting with branch banks open to the public, choose linear furnishings and highly geometric facing which reflects the mindset that governs every transaction, that transmits a reassuring sense of solidity, both of the bank itself, but also the investments it cares for.