For the past few years, the good folks over at Apple have been working with anticipation of moving into their new home. Well, the, time is now and today we get our first look inside the finished, and rather magnificent “Apple Park.” The good folks over at Wired got an inside look at the new location while Apple CEO Tim Cook, CDO Jony Ive, and lead architect Norman Foster open up about the design. Apple’s new HQ features an ultra-high tech facility with a 2.8 million square-foot main office called “The Ring.”
There is also a cafeteria built to hold 4,000 employees, a 100,000 square-foot wellness and yoga center, and 9,000 newly planted trees. Tim Cook and Jony Ive open up about Steve Jobs’ inspiration and vision, as well as their thoughts on the design, construction, cost and much more. I’ve told Wired that “The goal was to create an experience and an environment that felt like a reflection of who we are as a company,” adding “This is our home, and everything we make in the future is going to start here.” Have a look inside in the images below and head over to Wired to learn more. More from Apple is coming soon!
Photos provided by Dan Winters/Wired