Sunday, 8 February 2015

Earlier this week, Apple released a video showing the creation of a mural co-written by award-winning photographer and artist Navid Baraty Yangyang Pan to open one of its retail store in Chongqing, China.

Today, the mural was removed from the company store Jiefangbei to reveal its stunning glass design. The store design is a replica of Shanghai flagship store Apple with its interior, which is very similar to the store on Fifth Avenue in New York company.

The store will open its doors to customers of Apple tomorrow.
Apple had previously revealed plans to open five new stores in China before the New Year. The company has already opened a shop in Hangzhou, China last week, which is also its largest retail store in Asia.


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