We've spent months marveling over the facade of Apple's new headquarters. But now, thanks to these renderings from the City of Cupertino uncovered by Wired, we're getting an idea about the spaces inside the building—and it's hard to decide if it looks more like a futuristic office or a futuristic Apple store.
The campus, as we've known for a while, revolves around a massive circular building of nearly three million square feet. Designed by British architect Norman Foster, the space is designed to promote collaboration, but connecting interior and exterior spaces through a long, continuous corridor. A separate cluster of buildings set off from the main building will house research and development, and there's also a massive underground auditorium that will be home to product launches and major events. Oh, and don't forget about the cafeteria; it's 90,000 square feet.