Gallery: Apple’s New Headquarters Will Be Designed by Norman Foster


Norman Foster’s carbon-neutral city Masdar, Abu Dhabi

Apple prides itself upon innovative modern design, so it’s no wonder they’ve chosen a world-renowned architect to design their new headquarters in Cupertino, California. The company just announced that Inhabitat favorite Norman Foster will design a brand new eco-campus on 90 acres of land purchased from HP last month.

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  1. snowblindbovid October 3, 2013 at 6:31 am

    Fosters & Partners are using Battersea based security company Ansador Ltd involved for design of the buildings security systemss (Access control/CCTV/etc)

  2. RobAndrews123 June 24, 2011 at 4:22 am

    So it will be modelled after Masdar City? Only one building completed at a totally exhorbitant cost without any of the quality to match and a masterplan redone countless times but still in tatters. Good luck Apple !! PS… don’t go for the podium and PRT option LOL.

  3. Holcim Awards December 6, 2010 at 2:38 pm

    I hope they take the design beyond carbon and energy neutrality and aim towards a net positive building. Particularly if they use the Living Building Challenge as a guide rather than just LEED.

    It would also be an ideal submission to the Holcim Awards:

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