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>> A new trophy headquarter spinning into completion. In Silicon Valley, it's referred to as the spaceship. This is Apple's new home in Cupertino. It's the pièce de résistance of Apple's mad genius founder Steve Jobs, who oversaw the design of the campus and it's built to perfection. With many details that are iPhonesque, this attention to detail including the facade, which contains the world's largest piece of curved glass means an equally impressive price tag amounting to billions of dollars.
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>> Reuters reporter Julia Love has spoken to nearly two dozen contractors, architects, and workers who have endured an unprecedented level of scrutiny in construction.>> We just finished flying over the new Apple campus which is finally nearing completion after almost three years of construction. City officials told me they expect Apple to begin moving in March and when we flew over today, we can see solar panels and tall cranes and lots of detail work beginning to happen, although the ground is still rubble.
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They haven't begun planting the savannah light landscape that they anticipate.>> What we don't see from the air is the details inside. Apple employees telling Reuters even the elevator buttons remind them of the iPhone's home button and the toilets seem to mirror the devices' square shape with rounded corners.
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And everything from the gaps between adjoining surfaces to the ceiling tiles got the Apple treatment of highest precision. The ultimate tribute to Jobs who unveiled the plans of Apple campus 2 just months before he died in 2011, making a new chapter in Silicon Valley architecture. Now, the 12,000 employees aboard the spaceship will just have to build Apple's next hit product.