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25 New Pictures Of The Future Apple Headquarters [Pics]
posted November 17 2013 7:37.26 by spic0m

One of the last public appearances that Steve Jobs made was in front of the Cupertino City Council, when he told them about the plans Apple had on building their spaceship-like new headquarters. It is a humble Steve Jobs this time around. Not the furious marketer that we are used to seeing on stage presenting new Apple products. I think most of us know about their insanely great new Apple headquarters, but not much has been said about what it will look like inside.

The pictures speak of the same clean design that Apple has always been known for. They always seem to find the right angles or the right material, and I suspect that they have gone through the exact same process with their new headquarters as well. After all, if you're going to build a new company headquarters, and are among the world's most successful companies then you can afford to take out the turns a bit if you know what I mean.

[Link: bitrebels]

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