It’s good to have options, especially when it comes to ergonomics on the job. That’s why standing desks have become a hallmark of the modern workplace (or co-working space) despite their unclear health benefits. Still, if the man in charge wants ‘em, that means everyone’s getting ‘em, which is what happened at Apple.
Apple’s has been building its huge new “spaceship” campus for some time now, but the most recent drone video showing off the latest construction really makes you realize how huge this thing is. It was hard to grasp the size beforehand, but the latest footage does a good job of showing off how massive this new campus…
Apple has been raking it in with this whole “iPhone” thing, so they’ve got some spare change to drop on a shiny new campus. The spaceship is finally looking like it’s almost ready to blast off.
Construction is continuing at pace on Apple’s new campus, and a new 4K drone video shows off the construction work (and Apple’s shiny new hill) like never before.
Apple released photos of its new work-in-progress Cupertino campus, and more importantly, a detailed look at its saucer section. Honestly, I’ve seen better saucers in my day.
Apple’s new campus is in the process of being built right now and it truly does look like a space ship is being constructed in sleepy Cupertino. Here’s the state of things so far, from August 2014 to May 2015, a pile of Mars-colored dirt is being transformed into a closed circle from the future. Pretty cool. And the…
We have a pretty good idea of what Apple's forthcoming headquarters might look like, thanks to all the glimmering renderings. But the 3D visualization company Technology Integration Services Inc. just published a video of what the office will look like as you're flying over it—and it's even cooler in motion.
Apple's secrecy means speculation runs rampant about pretty much anything it does. So, in that light, there's this: The mystery event scheduled for October will be at their HQ, not downtown San Francisco. That's atypical! Now, speculate. [All Things D]
It looks mighty impressive in renders, and is astoundingly huge, but not everyone is dazzled by Apple's planned HQ 2.0: the LA Times' architecture critic, Christopher Hawthorne, thinks it's a huge mistake: isolated, alienating, drab, a "retrograde cocoon." Oh shit!