The Apple Store stands at 67th Street and Broadway, between New York's residential Upper West Side and the vibrant performance venues of Lincoln Center. Among towering structures, the modestly sized building has a notable street presence. The inviting, day-lit interior is visible to the bustling city through a taut forty-foot high glass façade that boldly defines the corner. The angled façade meets a gently arcing glass roof supported by delicate steel trusses spanning sixty feet between massive stone walls. It is a great market hall, open to the changing sky, allowing light and shadow to dance along the hushed grey stone walls.