Apple’s Latest Store Has a Floor That Floats in Mid-Air



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Apple’s latest store, one in Hangzhou, China, has a first floor that appears to float, with no visible supports.

The store was co-designed by British architecture firm Foster + Partners, founded by legendary architect Norman Foster – the same people who worked alongside Steve Jobs to design the new ‘spaceship’ campus that Apple is building to replace its current headquarters.

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Apple’s new campus is scheduled to open next year, with construction well underway and with foundations largely finished.

Source: Wired


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2 Responses to “Apple’s Latest Store Has a Floor That Floats in Mid-Air”
  1. Dom says:

    Doesn’t the big thing in the middle count as a support? 😉

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