Pacific Southwest Trust and Savings Bank
In 1926, Henry M. Robinson proposed that the firm redesign his
Pacific Southwest Trust and Savings Bank office in Pasadena.
Henry Greene’s design for the office is traditional, with
straightforward paneling, built-in bookcases, and a coffered
ceiling. Sketches for the furnishings, however, are Chinese
in style but more blocky and heavy. The office was not constructed.