48 hours of building an Apple store

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It takes months to build a new Apple store. In fact it takes years. You have to find a location, you have to get approval for that location, tons of paperwork, design of the store, planning, finding guys that will build and deliver the custom furniture for the store, etc. All of that stuff and the funny thing is: The whole process ends in a massive explosion of work.

That’s exactly what Lab9 Stores did when building their new store in Kortrijk. 7 days to opening and the furniture wasn’t even in place yet. That might unsettle people but apparently that was part of the plan. The furniture was custom-made and was delivered to the store over the course of 2 days in 3 massive trucks. Lab9 wanted to keep people updated on their Facebook page about the progress of the store just a few days before the opening. In order to do that they wanted to create a timelapse of the last important step in the progress of opening the new store.

That’s where I come in: In the past years I have timelapsed just about everything that showed up in my life. This was my chance to actually use this knowledge in a real project. This is what I came up with. The music was provided by SX.

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Ronny is a freelance frontend developer with a wild passion for creativity and a relentless hate against flat design. Ronny spent years as a Flash developer before moving to HTML5 and rediscovering fun and happiness.

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