Apple's New Core

Silicon Valley Giants Are Launching Massive Projects For New Office Spaces

U.S. tech giants seem to be falling in love with splashy architecture. Two years after Facebook completed a project to build a new headquarters in Silicon Valley, California, USA designed by Frank Gehry, Apple began moving employees into its new spaceship-like headquarters in May. Plans to build "Apple Park," a 2.8-million-square-foot (260,129-squaremeter) circular building in Cupertino, California, were begun by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 2009. The estimated US
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