Norman Foster is designing the future "Apple City" of Cupertino


Norman Foster, the world's most famous architect, and Apple, the most seductive company on the planet, were predestined to meet. Both have spent months working closely on the design of the future city of the apple company. The headquarters will be located in Cupertino (California, United States), the current location of the Mac and iPhone manufacturer, and everything indicates that design and functionality will be the two main virtues of the new venue.

The future headquarters of Steve Jobs' company will take special care of environmental aspects, to the point that all road transport will pass through a network of tunnels that will clear the surface for green areas. The buildings that will house the engineers and the R&D department will also be multifunctional and will incorporate state-of-the-art technology in their materials and equipment, as well as renewable energy resources.

The City of Apple is one of the best kept secrets of the Cupertino company. It could be compared to the launch of the new iPhone or iPad 2. For these reasons, company sources declined to comment when they had no news about these projects, while the Foster & Partners studio, responsible for the project, did not want to comment.


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