Apple’s Spaceship Headquarters; Behind-the-Scenes Video
Apple has been given the go-ahead by authorities to construct its spaceship headquarters in Cupertino. But in a recent video revelation it shows how the whole design process took a lot of brainstorming.
The idea had evolved through several prototypes. The architectural expertbehind the odd-looking building says Jobs personally approached him and demanded honest sympathy for his project in 2009. A reference point for the building was the campus of Stanford University.
The video was a four minute affair and it had been shown previously to various audiences. Among those who got to see it were the entire members of the City Council which gave the final approval for the construction of the ring-shaped headquarters. The premises are to be a sybarite’s dream and there will be a spacious park to boot. This is in a manner similar to California’s woodlands which are beautiful indeed.
Apple Incorporated is known for its creative philosophy of intense thinking combined with perfectionism that borders on the fanatical. While things have been dampened a little since Jobs’ tragic death from cancer, the flame is still alive. Tim Cook will see to it that Apple prospers in the future like it did under the tutelage of the genius that was Jobs.
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