The exterior of the new Apple Store was designed with the help of Turkish illustrator Murat Palta.
Apple has launched an advertisement for its upcoming third store in Istanbul. According to the information posted on the company's official website, the new Apple Store will receive its first customers "very soon" - the retail space will be located on Bağdat Caddesi.
9to5mac.com reports that more than five years have passed since the first information about the impending opening of Apple's third store in Istanbul. But today, the company is indeed on the verge of opening and advertising the new store.
Images of the original facade of the new retail space have been published on the Turkish website Bigumigu. The exterior of the new Apple Store was designed with the help of Turkish illustrator Murat Palta. The artist has created a modern street miniature that represents everyday life and people. The mural combines an array of pinks and greens while blending seamlessly into its surroundings.
"The store is located at the intersection of two downtown streets, expected to be living both inside and out," the publication commented. He noted that a unique outdoor space would be created around the store.
"We look forward to welcoming you to our third store, where you will meet experts to help you with everything from enhancing your skills with new information, getting inspired by spending time in the garden and unleashing your creativity," Apple commented.
The new store on Bağdat Caddesi will be the first in Apple's portfolio in Turkey in seven years since the companies opened the first two Apple Stores in 2014 at Zorlu Mall and Akasya Mall.