Apple’s proposed new headquarters — a 2.8-million-square-foot spaceship parked in a verdant man-made forest in the northeast corner of Cupertino. Until now. Apple may be known for its secrecy, but buried in Cupertino’s municipal archive is a wealth of detail on the project — including more than 20 previously unseen renderings of the new campus.
Once completed, we would see for the first time the space port-like entrance to the development’s subterranean parking lot, a cavernous cafeteria that spills into the grassy landscape beyond, and the glass pavilion that will serve as the entrance to Apple’s new underground auditorium — a secure lair where press will gather for future product launches.
Apple’s plan – an expansion of its corporate headquarters on a 176-acre plot in Cupertino, California — a site that was once home to HP and Compaq. This rendering shows the spaceship-like main building, which has 2.8 million square feet and room for 13,000 employees.
- New images have been released of Apple’s future corporate headquarters
- The jewel of the campus is a spaceship-shaped building that’s 2.8 million square feet
- Apple says the floor plan is designed to promote collaboration, but some are skeptical
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