There was a lot of talk earlier this year when Apple secured a 98-acre plot that was formerly owned by their rival Hewlett-Packard in Cupertino, California and with good reason. Co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak worked at that Hewlett-Packard location over 40 years ago when he and Steve Jobs first built the Apple-1. It looks like Apple has come full circle and are building themselves a city within a city in Silicon Valley, more precise an “Apple City”.

Renowned British architect Norman Foster looks to be taking the reigns on the project for the new environmentally friendly campus for Apple, which is right up his alley with his recent Masdar project in Abu Dhabi.

Masdar City in Abu Dhabi

Foster won the Pritzker Prize in 1999 and has designed his fair share of recognizable structures such as the Gherkin in London and the Beijing Airport. reports that the new Apple headquarters will “utilize Foster’s innovative vision for sustainability, ability to perfect a building for its users down to the finest detail, and ideas to maximize efficiency in the workplace.” There has been talk of an underground transportation system linking the two campuses together so staff can move between the buildings without the use of a car.

We can’t wait to see the early designs coming out of Foster + Partners.

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