Apple's Apple Store has always had a very unified design language, that is, glass, glass, all glass! Even underground shops like Fifth Avenue in New York and Pudong store in Shanghai have a conspicuous glass building above them. So did Apple ever think of giving up the glass style? It seems that they are doing so, and apple has used the traditional design style in the two Apple Store which will be opened soon.
Let's take a look at this new Apple Store in Seattle University Village. It is actually a renovated store and the new store will open in June 30th. But this time Apple changed its style, using limestone and natural wood as building material, not much different from the other stores around it, and even little glass in the room.
Before the renovation, the Apple Store, one of the earliest stores in the United States, began with a large steel panel design and later changed to the glass that everyone was pleased to see, and this time Apple decided to expand to meet the needs of more customers.
In fact, in fact, there are a lot of Apple Store in the expansion stage in the world, including Nanjing Airsun heaven and earth store, and the second Apple Store will be opened on the 29 day of this month. What kind of design style will be brought to us?
Then in July 18th, Apple Store, a Apple in the design capital of Milan, will also open. The first picture is its internal structure. The shop is located in the underground, with a sinking waterfall entrance, and even at night to be a concert or opencast cinema.
Compared to the same stereotyped glass, what do you think of Apple's new Apple Store now?