The magnificent Apple Campus 2 in Cupertino, California is close to completion, and today we are going to bring you some jaw-dropping photos from the building site.
The campus is built on an area of 2.8 million square feet, dwarfing all the buildings around it. The behemoth can host 13,000 employees.
The solar-powered campus also entails a 120,000-square-foot subterranean auditorium which can hold over 1,000 people. The campus also has a 60,000-square-foot restaurant and a car parking lot big enough for 20,000 cars!
According to a report, over 60 workers have been working hard to fix the unique curved gleaming white tiles in a single access tunnel.
The 60,000-square-foot restaurant is capable of holding 2,800 employees at one time. Complimenting this, there will also be an outdoor eating space for an additional 4,000 employees.
An improvised and custom made a system of suction cups are being used to hold up one the 3,000 glass panels while being installed at the new campus.
There has also been a plantation drive of 3,000 different trees lining up the new campus, spread over a mile in diameter. The plan is to make about 80 percent of the campus a green space which includes several varieties of fruit trees.
The spectacle is scheduled to open sometime in early 2017.