Tim Cook and Jony Ive Offer First Look Inside the Finished "Apple Park"

Courtesy of ‘WIRED’s June cover story.

Tech
19,264 Hypes 0 Comments

Last reported, Apple‘s new campus was set to officially open this spring. Now WIRED has an exclusive first look at the late Steve Jobs’s final product, a design project that began in 2009 called “Apple Park.”

The new Apple Park means to serve as Apple’s new HQ. Features of the ultra-high tech facility include a 2.8 million-square-foot main office called “The Ring,” a cafeteria built to hold 4,000 employees, a 100,000-square-foot wellness and yoga center, and 9,000 newly planted trees throughout the 175-acre property.

In WIRED‘s June 2017 cover story, Apple CEO Tim Cook, CDO Jony Ive and lead architect Norman Foster, to name a few, talk about Jobs’s inspiration and vision and share their insights on the design, construction, cost, challenges and future plan for Apple’s new home.

“The goal was to create an experience and an environment that felt like a reflection of who we are as a company,” Ive tells WIRED‘s Steven Levy. “This is our home, and everything we make in the future is going to start here.”

For more on Apple Park, visit WIRED.com for the full cover story.

Read Full Article
Image Credit
Dan Winters/Wired

What to Read Next

Flying Lotus Delivers Soulful New Track, "Night Grows Pale"
Music

Flying Lotus Delivers Soulful New Track, "Night Grows Pale"

Could a new album be underway?

The Rivalry Heats up in Final 'War for the Planet of the Apes' Trailer
Entertainment

The Rivalry Heats up in Final 'War for the Planet of the Apes' Trailer

“No mercy, no peace.”

Instagram Wants to Be Snapchat So Badly That It Now Has Fun Face Filters
Tech

Instagram Wants to Be Snapchat So Badly That It Now Has Fun Face Filters

Another feature to make your IG experience more fun.


Matiere’s 2017 Spring/Summer “Dead Sea” Collection Delivers NorCal Coastal Vibes
Fashion  

Matiere’s 2017 Spring/Summer “Dead Sea” Collection Delivers NorCal Coastal Vibes

Presented by Matiere
Sun-faded hues channeling the West Coast and the Grateful Dead.

Hackers Are Holding the Latest 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Movie Hostage
Entertainment

Hackers Are Holding the Latest 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Movie Hostage

And Disney is refusing to pay up.

BAPE's "1ST CAMO SHARK" Bucket Hats Will Keep You Cool All Summer Long
Fashion

BAPE's "1ST CAMO SHARK" Bucket Hats Will Keep You Cool All Summer Long

Sharkheads, rejoice.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Receive the latest in Footwear, Fashion, Music and Creativity in our newsletters.

By Subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Help us serve you better

We appreciate your support in allowing HYPEBEAST ads, where we can share contents from the latest fashion, to those culturally relevant. In adding HYPEBEAST to your ad blocker's whitelist, ads on our sites will show while you continue to browse.