Apple is a stupendously wealthy company, and it's in the middle of building a new corporate headquarters befitting of that success. The Norman Foster-designed Campus 2 — commonly referred to as "The Spaceship" due to its distinctive circular design — will add 2,800,000 square feet of office space to the company's Cupertino, California operations, and it will hold more than 12,000 employees. It will also be entirely powered by renewable energy, thanks to one of the largest solar arrays ever designed for a corporate campus. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs oversaw the building's design before his death, but the campus has struggled to get off the ground. It's reportedly $2 billion over budget and it's been delayed by at least a year. It's currently set to be opened in 2016.
There's still a lot of work to be done before this thing takes flight
GoPro drone casts a wary eye over Apple's spaceship in the making
Architects are looking for ways to cut costs
New floor plans give a glimpse inside what Apple's proposed "spaceship" campus might look like.
Apple has reached out to its Cupertino neighbors via a mass mailing that details its plans for the company's upcoming Apple Campus 2.
Cupertino City Council has released a new set of renders and floor plans of the forthcoming Apple campus, giving locals and fanboys a glimpse of the company's future home just a couple of miles from Infinite Loop.