Apple Campus 2: Revised concepts of the new Cupertino campus

Apple Campus 2: Revised concepts of the new Cupertino campus

Summary: Apple has submitted revised plans for its next-generation office, dubbed the Apple Campus 2.

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  • Landscaping the area, which is roughly twenty-times the size of the building itself is one of the key features to the plans. The current campus where HP had offices has "only so many" trees and greenery. Apple's new campus will vastly increase the amount of trees, greenery, and open-grassy spaces when it moves in. 

  • South-east of San Francisco in Cupertino, California in Santa Clara County is where the new Apple Campus 2 will be. In fact, it's only a few city blocks away from Apple's current campus at One Infinite Loop, and resides still on a major interstate. This makes it easy for those who live nearby and those who commute in alike. 

  • With the amount of greenery and trees to be planted and maintained, bearing in mind this campus is in the very heart of Cupertino, and very close to a residential area, the building will be sheltered and hidden mostly by trees. The building itself will be swathed with solar panels, which will act as one of the main power sources to the office. 

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  • Interesting...

    At first glance, I wasn't that impressed. But going through the different slides, especially seeing before and after, I can see it's a well design facility. I like that the building feels more apart of the landscape then overwhelming or intruding on it, especially its horizontal nature. Frank Lloyd Wright would approve.
    spaulagain2
  • What 'revolutionary technologies' are they talking about

    in reference to your comment on the one slide?
    and BTW - everything can be seen from space ;)
    William Farrel
    • everything can be seen from space

      Well, except for the underground parking...
      Hallowed are the Ori
      • Good point

        I forgot about those.
        William Farrel
  • ?

    How's that journalism degree workin' out for ya?

    "Four storeys of beauty"

    Jeez...
    rag@...
    • UK English

      In my little world, I welcome corrections. They make me a better person. But I've never understood delivering feedback on the edge of a knife.

      American language isn't the only version of English available.
      http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/storey
      SlimSam
  • Apple Campus 2: Revised concepts of the new Cupertino campus

    "You said 'underground parking' twice."
    "I like underground parking."
    PScooter63
  • Hmm... looks an awful lot like my Stargate's design...

    Great holy armies shall be gathered and trained to fight all who embrace it. In the name of the gods, ships shall be built to carry our warriors out amongst the stars and we will spread Origin to all the unbelievers. The power of the Ori will be felt far and wide and the wicked shall be vanquished.

    (Slightly paraphrased)
    Hallowed are the Ori
  • My take away

    Bulldozing the old HP site...LOL
    GoPower
  • wow

    It looks like a giant iPhone/iPad "home" button.
    paul2011
  • Nature!

    I wish my office was located in the center of a gorgeous park like that!!
    Imrhien
  • I like iSpaceShip better

    Seems more appropriate than iDonut.
    Mac_PC_FenceSitter
  • The Steve Jobs Centre

    I think it should be called "The Steve Jobs Centre" - which will probably get abbreviated to "Jobs Centre" in normal conversation.
    'Steve Jobs' to me always infers 'Apple' so using Steve Jobs in the name is equivalent to saying 'The Apple Centre', and would pay an eternal tribute to this great visionary who woke up the world to what should be.
    Rodney Nagel
  • Seen from space?

    For the record, my BBQ grill on the deck is big enough to be seen from space... It is clearly visible on Google Earth.

    That metaphor is soooo last century.
    z2217
  • is it me or...

    ...does it look like Apple are building a particle accelerator? * cue conspiracy theory *
    amob23