October 21, 2016 The Unbiased Writer

c_nigel_young-_foster___partners_2278_fp596849_indesignApple‘s Regent Street shop in central London has been given a major renovation thanks to Foster + Partners. Embodying the company’s strategy of creating unique retail experiences, the new Apple  Regent Street shop features lush trees and high ceilings. Designed with natural stone and wood, the store has a minimal open layout that seems to have a boundless amount of space.c_nigel_young-_foster___partners_2278_fp596846_indesign

Stefan Behling of Foster + Partners says to ArchDaily:

“The new Apple Regent Street is about a respectful dialogue between old and new – carrying forward a heritage of craftsmanship in a contemporary way. Contained within its historic fabric, is a new grand ‘town square’ with trees that bring nature into the interior spaces. Everything from the vast luminous ceiling to the sculptural stone handrails create an experience that is warm and inviting, providing a calm backdrop for everyone to experience Apple’s incredible products, in addition to a diverse and vibrant programme of events. It is a place for people to meet and collaborate, and most of all, it will be an exciting experience that goes beyond retail.”c_nigel_young-_foster___partners_2278_fp596851_indesign c_nigel_young-_foster___partners_2278_fp596850_indesign c_nigel_young-_foster___partners_2278_fp596853_indesign


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