Wired has released some realistic and detailed images of Apple’s new space-age headquarters dubbed the ‘Campus 2’. The environmentally-friendly 2.8 million square foot campus will sit on a 176-acre plot of land and will initially house over 14,000 of its employees.
The main building was built from ground up to encourage collaboration and foster spontaneous conversation, as envisioned by the late Steve Jobs.
Plans for the new campus was approved by the Cupertino City Council on 16 October 2013.
[Video] Steve Jobs presents his proposal for the new Apple Campus to the Cupertino City Council.
View more images and read the full story on Wired.