Apple Bondi in Australia recently reopened with a statement floor-to-ceiling green wall, a one-of-a-kind feature not seen before in any Apple Store.
In March, the store closed for renovations. People expected to see a video wall and new fixtures, but Apple opted for a more conservative look and added classic feature bays, graphic panels, and the aforementioned vertical garden.
The green wall is made up of plants and covers the Forum’s two sides. The 30-feet feature hides a custom irrigation system underneath. Apple is not averse to putting up organic life inside their stores- others, such as the ones in Tokyo and San Francisco also have green walls, albeit smaller in outdoor and display shelving. The closest to the Bondi store is perhaps Sunnyvale’s Wolfe Campus, with similar floor-to-ceiling walls gracing its facade.
Apple Bondi’s upgrade will introduce Today at Apple products, with its Forum and video wall only second among Apple Stores in Sydney.