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Apple Reveals Newly Renovated 5th Avenue Store

Apple Reveals Newly Renovated 5th Avenue Store
Courtesy of MacRumors
Courtesy of MacRumors

The white veil has been removed, exposing the $6.6 million renovation to the Fifth Avenue Retail Store. Apple started the renovation back in June with plans to improve drainage and pavers, remove the bollards on the plaza, and update the cube.

The simplified version utilizes 15 panes of glass rather than the original 90, creating a “seamless” appearance. Each side of the cube consists of three, 10’ wide x 32’ high panels. Visible signs of hardware have disappeared as the connectors are embedded within the glass panes themselves.

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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "Apple Reveals Newly Renovated 5th Avenue Store" 05 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/181941/apple-reveals-newly-renovated-5th-avenue-store/>