Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Apple Park // Cupertino, USA
Apple Park // Cupertino, USA

Architecture - A statement and a brand monument

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DERECO Impuls 6

In his lifetime, legendary Apple founder Steve Jobs dedicated many years of work to a detailed plan for the Apple Monument with Foster + Partners architects. The iPhone X was the first product launched and celebrated by a global audience at the Steve Jobs Theater at an event in September 2017.

In Apple Park, a 260,000-sqm construction shaped like a slice of apple with a hole in it was developed to host 12,000 Apple employees. Numerous features developed by the ingenious Steve Jobs have been integrated, some of which pose rather a challenge to the surroundings. They include a lobby without seats, glass walls 50 metres in height, a roof placed on top of the building like a single slice, stairwells made from special concrete and a glass lift rotating during operation. Only a chosen few have had the opportunity to admire the structure from inside. In summary, architecture journalists appear to agree that this creation on Highway 101 is an Apple statement, a monument to Steve Jobs and his legacy.