Apple’s Founder and the visionary, late Steve jobs creative interpretation of futuristic campus for the Apple Head quarters in Cupertino, California is finally coming to life.
The surrealistic facility designed eons ahead of time like a spaceship is distinctive and inspiring 21st century workplace, which is spread over 2.8 million square feet over four stories to accommodate up to 13,000 Apple employees, with a mostly subterranean parking lot to help preserve the beauty of the site’s natural surroundings to make way for more than 7000 indigenous trees and network of footpaths, glass walls and solar panels. The campus is being devised to run on renewable energy and source 70 percent of its energy from solar and fuel cells to oversee sustained environmental efforts.
Architect Norman Foster, founder of foster + Partners, the firm behind the state of the art design of Apple 2. The Iconic building where cars would be banished visually, and the tarmac would be replaced by greenery and car parks by jogging and bicycle trails. The facility is incorporating strategies to minimize energy demand, reduce car travel and increase the use of reclaimed water.
The work is well underway for Apple’s new home a Infrastructural Marvel which is an absolute novel in conception that Steve jobs himself thought had a shot at being” the best office building in the world” and the dream project will take shape by 2016 and the estimated price of this spaceship is well over 5 billion dollars.
Its amazing, ambitious and undeniably Apple.
Here’s a peek at Apple’s spaceship.