The most famous Apple Store in the world is the iconic glass cube on Fifth Avenue. This was something that I had been planning and designing in my head for quite some time and only recently got around to building it. I used around 2000+ bricks (estimated) in building this.
The glass cube serves as an entrance to the actual store below by going down a glass spiral staircase. The center column of the staircase is an elevator. Please click to see bigger pics.
|The glass staircase|
|You can see the Genius Bar at the back and |
accessories shelf beside it.
|Really tiny iMacs|
|Next to an iPhone for scale|
|Wired up some white LEDs into the store|
Here's a video tour
UPDATE: I just added lights to the nanoblock Apple Store!
If you think this is cool, please vote for this design in nanoblock Award 2013-2014. Thanks!
Apple fans, you might also want to check out the nanoblock Steve Jobs I created two years back as a tribute to Steve.
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