“A reliable source provided us with the official Apple Campus 2 blueprints yesterday, and these are just a few of the confidential images, which illustrate the mammoth building currently in development,” Élyse Betters reports for 9to5Mac.
“The spaceship-like building, called ‘Campus 2,’ is nearly a mile in circumference. Apple bought the campus’ land from HP and other neighbors in Cupertino, Calif., for around $300 million,” Betters reports. “The company’s late cofounder, Steve Jobs, oversaw its design, and the project’s proposal was his last public appearance.”
Betters reports, “Solar panels cover the main building’s entire roof and the images above depict additional outdoor and indoor aspects of the new structure. The exclusive slides name Foster + Partners as one of the architecture firms working on the project, as well as Arup for consulting engineering, OLIN for landscape architecture, and Davis Langdon for construction.”
Check out all of the images (higher quality) in the full article here.