Monday, December 6, 2010

Norman Foster Commissioned to Design 'Apple City'?

Apple may have hired renown architect Norman Foster to design 'Apple City', the company's new campus which will be built on 98 acres of land just acquired from HP.

According to elEconomista, the campus will feature a focus on design and functionality while insuring that it is environmentally friendly.

Steve Jobs care especially environmental issues, to the point that the entire road transport transit through a network of tunnels that will clear the surface areas green. The buildings which will house the engineers and R & D will also be multifunctional and will incorporate cutting-edge technology in materials and equipment as well as renewable energy resources.

The project is said to take some inspiration from Masdar, Abu Dhabi, considered the first city in the world without cars or carbon emissions.

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