Apple’s New London Store Is Filled With Living Trees And Sunlight
The brand's UK flagship location has been reimagined with a focus on customer experience and community
Apple has reopened its flagship U.K. store after a year-long renovation. The Regent Street location closed last year in June, and has undergone an extensive makeover led by British architecture firm Foster + Partners, with input from Apple’s Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ive and its Head of Retail Angela Ahrendts. The interior has been completely reimagined around the idea of openness that facilitates a deeper connection between customer and product.
Now Track More Ideas
- Walmart Offers Holiday Shoppers Private-Label Tech Accessories Line
- Walgreens Experiential Store Offers Extended Beauty And Healthcare Services
- PSFK Retail Conference Preview: Ro’s CEO On Democratizing Healthcare Through Telemedicine
- Marriott Guests Can Customize Virtual Room Decor By Scanning A Pepsi Water Bottle