Sure we all remember the opening of the first Apple store in Belgium, located in Brussels, and was the first of the new series of physical points of sale designed by Jony Ive. In addition to a spectacular design grooming on the outside, he was also the first to incorporate changes so striking as the Jumbotron in its interior or decorative trees found throughout the store. This new design, reserved for their most significant stores, is already being implemented in their stores around the world, as in the new Apple Store in Regent Street, London.
Little more than one year later, the Apple Store in Brussels could have a new partner on Belgian territory, since Apple could be building a store in the renowned city of Brugge. These leaks is based in some new works that is are performing in one of them buildings significant of this city, and have been uncovered by Alexandre Colleau, the person that venue the opening of the Apple Store of Brussels before outside announced.
In any case, it seems still soon to tell if this information will end up in reality, becoming since the own Colleau says that this store would not open its doors until 2018. We are not very clear what it would take to Apple to delay both an opening, a year of work is too much even for the perfectionism of the Cupertino company.
Les travaux ont déjà Commencé sur le chantier du futur Apple Store of Bruges (photos prises ce matin). Ouverture prevue in 2018. #Belgium pic.twitter.com/MIHf1XzfIq
-Alexandre Colleau (@alexcolleau) January 26, 2017
One of the possible answers to this would be that plan to remodel the entire building to make use of the same, as it occurs in many Apple Store, which would require a more in-depth work and would mean more time. At the moment, or offers of work nor any clue that may reveal a new Apple Store in Bruges have been revealed, but we will be attentive to any developments that may arise.