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After much searching we can confirm exactly what the seating is, at least for the NYC Soho store auditorium:
It's the West Coast seating system designed by Richard Meier for Poltrona Frau, who provide seating for some of the world's most famous theaters.
In the US, Vola faucets were imported and sold under the name Kroin.
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Update: the shot blasted panels provided by Zahner were not for all stores but for items such as the Soho New York store 12 gauge stainless steel internal panel system. As user BT points out, there are other suppliers for stainless steel panels such as the Japanese firm Kikukawa, who did panels for most of the Apple mini stores, for example. Zahner also did the panel system for Herzog and DeMeurons De Young Museum.
The color used is obviously different from the picture, here. But this is the exact product used for the theater walls.
To clarify, TriPyramid supply the staircase structure. The glass comes from several people using Dupont Sentryglas Plus , for the Soho New York branch glass was provided by Depp and the assembly was by Seele.
Erco are the light switch are used almost exclusively by the world's most famous architects. Apple use wall washers and floor lights from Erco.
top image courtesy of the AP