Apple is about to open its first Apple Store in Brussels, Belgium, and it's also the first Apple Store designed by Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive and Senior Vice President Retail and Online Stores Angela Ahrendts. Local site Apple Nieuws Vlaanderen was on hand for a press-preview of the store (via The Verge) and posted some gorgeous photos. Standout differences include potted trees inside the store. To my mind they look weird, a contrived artifice, but the folks from ANV said (via Google Translate), "Believe us, it is truly beautiful." Also of note are the 8 meter tall (roughly 26 feet) panels of glass that make up the front of the store. In addition, the walls are made of the same clay bricks that are being used on Apple's new spaceship HQ, or Apple Campus 2.0. Check out ANV's post for several photos and more information.