The design language of Apple’s earliest stores included a facade of matte black panels with matching framed windows. By 2003, new locations moved to the stainless steel design that became synonymous with Apple Stores. Today, Apple Cherry Creek in Denver is one of only three Apple Stores in the world holding on to the original design.
Other original designs at Apple Cherry Creek include maple wood flooring instead of tile and pinstripe glass dividers that once divided the store into themed sections like “home” and “pro.” Apple Southpoint in Durham and Apple Tice’s Corner in Woodcliff Lake share similar details.
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