Rumours are rife, and messages from people who seem to be being interviewed by Apple for an imminent arrival of Cupertino’s company in Spain are constantly arriving on our internal mailing list. The truth is that for anyone who likes this brand and the design it brings, entering an Apple Store is a moment of enjoyment. Not just because you buy something, but because you see that the whole environment has been made with the same extreme care that the company is used to.
Apple stores are usually located in representative areas of each city and always attract attention. If you ask me my personal opinion, at the moment the one that has impressed me the most (although it’s a biased opinion having seen only three) is the Ginza in Tokyo. Visiting it on a Saturday afternoon, when the street becomes pedestrian, impresses because it draws attention from far away. Winars
Some are truly works of engineering, and perhaps time will turn them into true representative areas of a city, visited by countless onlookers, not just brand enthusiasts. After the jump I leave you the rest of images.
Apple Store in Boston
Apple Store in Chicago
Apple Store at the Louvre, Paris
Apple Store in New York, Upper West Side