If you think Apple's design prowess is limited to its gadgets, here's something to wrap your head around — 360 degrees of Apple architecture. In a presentation to the Cupertino City Council, Apple CEO Steve Jobs outlined plans for a circular headquarters that would house 12,000 employees and turn a large section of industrial office park into a new green campus. follow link
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Apple Wants to Build Circular 'Spaceship' Campus
Wow! That is one fantastic plan. Especially by replacing asphalt with grass and trees.
The campus will be so green that no one will be able to park there...
Parking will be underground. Four levels of offices aboveground, and four levels of parking below ground. And there will be another parking lot at the edge of the campus, too.