Apple Campus 2 Outlook:
Apple is building what is sure to be the coolest office building ever in Cuptertino, CA. the project will be built on a 175 acre area near the 280 highway. The total building will be approximately 2.8 million square feet, will feature a 1,000 seat auditorium (perfect for all but Apple’s biggest events), a fitness center, 300,000 square feet of research facilities, a power plant, and underground parking. But all of that sounds boring, what you really need to see is what it lookslike: a giant, flying saucer-like loop. It will house over 12,000 employees in one massive building.
Apple Campus 2 Floor Plan:
As far we had seen the outlook of the Apple Campus 2 ,its awesome rite ?? yes sure there is no Doubt in that.Most of the beautiful buildings loss its score on the interiors but Apple wont be in the list.the floor plan of the Apple shows that they are planning for a spaceship model!!. Check this floor plan of Apple Campus 2,
Apple Campus 2 Interiors:
The images on the site all tell a tale of grandeur, be it the life-sized glass panels overlooking a lush expanse or the signature minimalistic white for the interiors.
Called Campus-2, Apple’s headquarters in the making, resemble a spaceship. When the late Steve Jobs said the new campus would be a “little like a spaceship landed”, you knew you had to take it seriously. The project update, along with revealing a host of trivia also gave us, curious onlookers a sneak-peek into the action. The Apple Campus 2 project plans sent by Apple to the Cupertino City Council revealed the making of what Jobs had once said would be the “best office in the world”.
Jobs had also envisioned the unimaginable for the Apple Campus 2 – a solar roof. The circular roof, in question will be covered with photovoltaic solar panels, making it presumably the biggest of its kind in the U.S. The energy, thus generated would be put to use to fulfil the power generation needs for use at the Apple HQ, maybe not fully, but partially.
The entire construction is being touted to near completion in 2015.