Redesigned and Expanded Third Street Promenade Apple Store Opens in Santa Monica, CA
Apple has opened its new Third Street Promenade Apple Store in Santa Monica, CA. The store has the same design as the new Palo Alto location, with a slightly smaller implementation as the Upper West Side store in Manhattan.
Apple's old Third Street Promenade location was one of the early Apple Stores and was an extremely popular location that was almost always crowded to capacity. The new store should allow considerably more foot traffic.
Apple proposed the new store to the Santa Monica planning commission more than a year ago, with the new building gaining approval without so much as a discussion.
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Maybe we should put you on the back page.
I am sure that Apple doesn't know what they are doing when it comes to glass, building with it or using it for their products, let alone environmental or ecological issues.
In short they seem to be clueless. We will only believe you.
Clearly time for you to step up and help them, before somebody gets hurt!
Don't hold back, they need you.
Wow such an original comment.
what, exactly, about the climate would necessitate "units are larger in volume than the actual store"?
Do you even know the fruits of the massive partnership between Apple and Corning over the last decade? They are pushing forward the limits of glass technology, making architectural glass bigger and stronger (with many other very interesting properties) than anyone in the history of mankind. Hell just for their "cube" in NYC they had to send a design team to China just to engineer a new machine for making seamless glass that big (surely in preparation for the massive curved panels going into the new HQ).
Glass, when done right (which is clearly what apple does in their flagship stores), is one of the most environmentally friendly construction materials around. Just a small gap of air between two panes makes one of the best insulators for large buildings, and that has been standard practice for over half a century now. Just think of all the engineering that is going on behind the scenes.
The answer is, "You do." You cared enough to click on the link and post. If you really didn't care, why did you even click on the link to begin with.
Furthermore, if you have such a lack of caring for this post, why did you even post a comment?
Honestly people. Stop whining.