Despite the dizzying pace of change, everything old is new again.
Recently, all the talk is about which city Amazon will choose for its new headquarters. As we think of major tech office centers in the US, it is interesting to look at another company’s new building plans.
Apple’s new center in Cupertino, California is a $5 billion project accommodating 12,000+ employees. Apparently, from an architectural standpoint, it is not revolutionary at all.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. I saw this article when using the Financial Times app and thought you might be interested:
Silicon Valley’s less-than-revolutionary office concepts
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