The Regent Street Apple Store in London is all set to reopen to the public on Saturday, October 15. Having been redesigned and got much attractive interior, the Apple store looks quite dazzling now.
Due to the major refurbishment work in order to make the interior look modernized, the Regent Street Apple Store had been closed for months. The glass staircase, as well as most of the floor, has been done away with in favor of the double-height grand looking hall.
Regent Street Apple Store in London Goes Live on October 15
Thanks to the redesign, the Regent Store’s appearance looks as grand as any other Apple Store designed by Jony Ive and team.
“The gadget mecca has been given a radical makeover, retiring the old glass staircase and much of the first floor. In their place, you’ll find a double height “grand hall” which stretches seven meters above you. Twelve trees have been added to the ground floor, as well as some circular sofas (made from Rolls-Royce leather), and two staircases made from a pale Castagna stone. Climbing these will take you to a smaller space upstairs, where Apple’s new “Creative Pros” can teach you about specialised software.” – Engadget.
Perfectly in line with the new look Apple stores, there are twelve planted trees around the product tables showcasing iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and MacBooks.
Apparently, the outward-facing logos from the side of the store have been removed in order to bring more light through the windows.
Apple Watch bands along with other accessories have been placed in the cabinets. The video wall is flanked by the staircases which lead to upstairs. The upstairs section is where “Creative Pros” employees give a demo to customers regarding how to use iDevices.
The UK is one of the biggest markets for Apple devices. The sales of iDevices have always been very positive in the United Kingdom.