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Apple’s New HQ Revealed, Structure Similar to Spacecraft

Latest pictures of Apple Inc.’s proposed headquarter in the city of Cupertino, California has been released on the web leaving viewers amazed.

The details reveal that Apple’s new campus which was announced by its chief executive Steve Jobs in June this year is proposed to be a four storied office spread across 150 acres of land. The office is meant to hold at least 13,000 employees in total and will include a basement parking facility, an auditorium with a seating capacity of more than 1,000 people at a time, state of the art research facility over 300,000 square feet space.

According to Apple Insider, certain authorities of the city of Cupertino have released the images of Apple’s proposed space ship-shaped head office also dubbed as the Apple Campus 2 on Friday last week.

“Apple's objectives for the project are to "maximize efficiency and convenience" to its employees, create a "distinctive and inspiring 21st Century workplace," and ‘exceed economic social and environmental sustainability goals through integrated design and development.’” Apple Insider has quoted.

The company is even planning to create an in-campus power plant to support power requirements through in-house production and reduce dependence on city’s facility. The project is undergoing review and is expected to complete by 2015.