The purchase has made Apple the largest landholder in the whole of Cupertino, and by the sounds of Foster’s plans, the space will be very green and simple, inspired by the Abu Dhabi city of Masdar. An underground tunnel system will join two of the campuses together, but also provide transport for the whole area – sounds like there won’t be a patch of tarmac on this new property. [MacStories via 9to5Mac]
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