Apple Planning To Build 2.8 Million Square Foot Office--Donut Lovers Rejoice!

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Looks like the rousing success of the iPad and iPhone has sparked some construction plans for Apple. The city of Cupertino, California released a few renderings of Apple's newest proposed office/research building, ingeniously called "Apple Campus 2." Keeping with Apple's amazing aesthetic, the building will be unlike almost any office building before it. Comprising 2.8 million square feet, the circular building will accomodate 13,000 employees-- and also come equipped with an auditorium that will seat 1,000 people.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs says the building will be covered in curved glass, and look "a little like a spaceship landed."

Cupertino is currently reviewing plans for the building, which will entail assessing how it will impact air quality, traffic, and noise. If all goes well, and Apple can acquire the dozen or so permits they need, the building will be scheduled for completion by 2015.

Once this building is complete, I will most certainly be sending Apple my well-qualified resume. I need to work in a more aesthetically-pleasing environment. I'm getting tired of working in an office that looks a little like this:
via AppleInsider


  1. mmmm.... Glass and metal donutttt.. *Drool

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