Apple has some really stunning stores around the world, for example, the one in NYC’s Grand Central Terminal and the one in Dubai with “Solar Wings” that react to ecological conditions.
Its most current area Singapore is its first historically speaking “floating” store, however, and the tech giant has recently declared that it’s set to open on September 10th.
The floating Apple Store, its third retail store in Singapore, is situated at the nation’s posh Marina Bay Sands resort. It’s a sphere-shaped self-supported glass dome structure made out of 114 bits of glass associated by 10 narrow vertical mullions.
The store offers a 360-degree perspective on the city and an inside that is overwhelmed with common light during the day. Around evening time, its glass panels will likewise give a lighting impact.
Notwithstanding being Apple’s first “floating” store, the Marina Bay area is likewise the first to have a underwater meeting room that organizations and designers can use for meetings with the company’s colleagues.
While the store is booked to open its entryways on September tenth, the tech giant is as yet avoiding potential risk against the coronavirus pandemic by restricting the guests that can enter its premises.
Those intrigued should reserve an opening online by heading off to an special site for the occasion and looking over one of the accessible times.