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Minecraft Players Creates Virtual Version of Apple Campus 2

Apple has yet to complete their new campus, but thanks to a Minecraft player you can take a virtual tour of the company's new headquarters. Alex Westerlund took more than 232 hours to replicate the Apple spaceship campus in Minecraft without using any help or mods. Westerlund claims that the virtual campus is 100 percent accurate....

Popular Science Posts Private Video Tour of Apple’s Campus 2

Today, Popular Science has posted an article detailing Apple’s upcoming Campus 2. The report includes their own private tour of the company’s new headquarters. The new headquarters, nicknamed “The Spaceship,” is over one mile in circumference and will house over 13,000 employees when it is completed later this year. Apple’s Campus 2 will run entirely...

Apple Leases Second Spaceship in Sunnyvale: Report

Apple has inked a deal for a second spaceship-like headquarters, this time in Sunnyvale, California, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reports. The iPhone maker has inked a deal with Landbank Investments LLC, which two years ago bet that tech companies would be attracted by cutting-edge design and not by the Valley's usual building typology. Landbank...

Apple Campus 2 Lead Builder Abandons the “Spaceship”

Negotiations between Apple and the leading builders of the Apple Campus 2, a joint venture of DPR Construction Inc. and Skanka USA, have come to a dead end, so the project will be taken over by another builder, possibly Rudolph & Sletten, reports the Silicon Valley Business Journal (via Fortune). In May, sources speaking with...

Rising ‘Spaceship’ Ring Seen in New Apple Campus 2 Aerial Tour [VIDEO]

The latest aerial tour of Apple’s Campus 2 mega-project, courtesy of AppleInsider, shows major progress in its 'Spaceship' Ring, where interlocking concrete slabs are building a foundation for a steel structure. According to the source, the Ring connects to a tunnel that will replace Pruneridge Avenue, which formerly crossed through the site. Furthermore, the new underground roadway will...

Cupertino City Council Approves Apple’s ‘Spaceship’ Campus

The preparations for Apple's spaceship-like campus' "landing" received the green light as the Cupertino City Council unanimously voted to approve the 2.8 million square-foot building, the dream of the company's co-founder, Steve Jobs. The council's approval came after Apple had participated in a public discussion earlier this month where it presented its plans on how...