Lighting Design by Arup
Since 2018 when Apple Park opened this week for the first time we saw a product presentation during the night so we finally saw a few night images. Please let us know what you think about this stairs
Apple Park places people at its heart, creating an ideal workplace for continued creativity, innovation, and well-being. The campus is Californian in spirit: open and connected to nature and the product of a remarkable collaboration. Its landscape and buildings form a seamless whole: the Ring Building, Steve Jobs Theater, Fitness & Wellness Center, Visitors’ Center, and South Parking are all encompassed by flowing parkland that enhances the buildings as places to socialize, exercise, and work. Flexible and forward-looking, the architecture sits low amid tall trees, draws its energy from the sun, and brings invigorating views and fresh air from the park through its glass facades. Inspired by all of Apple’s endeavors, it has been designed with a deep care towards the environment as well as the company and its staff. The campus is powered by 100 percent renewable energy and is the largest LEED Platinum-certified office building in North America. The 71-hectare (175-acre) site was previously dominated by impervious surfaces. Today, the green space has been increased from 20 to 80 percent, with over six kilometers (four miles) of walking and jogging trails. There are now over 9,000 trees on site, including indigenous oaks and orchards, as well as meadows, sports fields, terraces, and a secluded pond.