New McDonald’s Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores

New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores

Fast-food chain McDonald’s has replaced its iconic restaurant in Chicago with a building by Ross Barney Architects that is “unlike any in the company’s portfolio”.

The new outpost opened on 9 August 2018 in the city’s River North district, on the site of the Rock N Roll McDonald’s that served as a flagship for the chain, but was demolished last year. Its replacement – designed by local firm Ross Barney Architects – is a steel and timber structure that boasts a number of sustainable elements, and has been compared to tech giant Apple’s stores by several news outlets.

More: Ross Barney Architects h/t: dezeen

New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores
New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores
New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores
New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores
New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores
New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores
New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores
New McDonald's Building In Chicago Draws Comparisons To Apple Stores

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