These pictures are of the last project that the late, great Steve Jobs worked on before he passed away in 2011. They are from the futuristic new Apple headquarters that Jobs pitched to the city council of Cupertino California in one of the last public appearances he ever made.
Since Jobs pitched the project, some alterations have been made to the design of the huge headquarters which looks a little like a landed UFO! Apple has decided to move the 1,000 seat auditorium further from a road, introduce more parking spaces, remove a footbridge that was placed over a creek and added a new building to store utility equipment. The main building will remain largely unchanged from Jobs’ design, It is 2.8 million square feet and will host more than 14,000 employees!
Apple has submitted the amended designs and a construction timetable to the city of Cupertino, the place that will forever be known as Apple’s hometown. The tech giants await an environmental impact report from the city council which is likely to take approximately 7 months to compile. Continue Reading