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Extreme Apple Fanboyism: Designing an Apple Store At Home

by Adriana Lee | September 9, 2012September 9, 2012 6:00 am PST

And you thought you knew what Apple fanboyism was. Whatever you thought you knew, just drop it now — David Wu has that beat.

This extreme Apple enthusiast has designed an office environment that puts all other so-called fanboys to shame. Wu converted his home office into an Apple shrine, patterning it after genuine Apple stores.

The space features a massive wooden pillar that features an integrated LCD screen for this Apple TV and a lit-up Apple logo emblazoned on it. To complete the look, he even had exact replicas of the Apple store desks manufactured and installed, as well as a product cabinet filled with items from his personal Apple product collection.

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Custome Apple store

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Wu isn’t an interior decorator or designer by trade, so his set-up is rather impressive. He even had many of his office components custom-made, and replaced the four walls of his office with glass panels, to make “the store” seem more impressive and spacious. Now that’s hardcore.

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Adriana Lee

Adriana is the resident writer-slash-culture vulture who has written about everything from smartphones, tablets, apps, accessories, and small biz...