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From the aerial proposed plans, you can see the greenery and the trees, alongside the main campus building. The campus will be lush with plans and grassy areas, filled with trees inside and outside the main donut structure, and include a range of paths around the central structure for employees to walk and cycle around.
The company's new auditorium for showing off new products and services. It will be an underground structure that is away from the main campus. It will include a backstage area and an exhibit area. The lobby area will be above ground and feature large pane glass windows.
Apple describes the new venue as a place to, "provide an on-site venue for the introduction of Apple’s new products that will generate surprise and delight, and enable the products to be introduced at Apple’s corporate home."
The roof of the building will be covered in solar panels in order to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Apple first notified the Cupertino City Council in June 2011 by then-Apple chief executive Steve Jobs, just months before his death.