As Apple continues to expand, it has drawn up plans and purchased 175 acres of land for $300 million for its Campus 2 in Cupertino, Calif. Recently, 9to5Mac obtained confidential images of its office plans, giving a look at what Apple insiders can expect to experience in the coming years.
The images from 9to5Mac's "reliable source" show the inside of the circular building, which has been described as "spaceship-like."
According to the Cupertino website, construction of Campus 2 includes demolition of the 2.65 million square feet of existing offices, which were previously owned by Hewlett and Packard, and construction of 2.8 million square feet of office space, a 1,000-seat auditorium, a fitness center, research facilities and more.
Breaking ground on the building, for which Steve Jobs oversaw the designs, will begin later this year. Digital Trends points out Jobs saying in his biography by Walter Isaacson that this campus was to "[express] the values of the company for generations.”
Check out 9to5Mac for more inside renderings here.