The Jaw-Dropping Apple Park in Cupertino

Can you believe that Apple’s spaceship-looking $5 Billion dollar Norman Foster-designed headquarters in Cupertino, with acres of solar panels and parking spaces, expensive landscaping, and glass walls, has been around for nearly a year?

It has some 9,000 trees on the campus, with plenty of fruit-bearing trees, and the entire place is pristine and manicured. The late Apple founder, Steve Jobs, had wanted the headquarters to “recreate the local landscape before it became the modern-day Silicon Valley,” per David Muffly’s interview with Apple Insider.

The place is a feast for the eyes, and representative of a technology company famous for its sleek designs, innovation and development. Everything must be flawless.

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