If you’re not smart enough to work at Apple, or important enough to be given a tour by Tim Cook, you’ll probably never get the chance to look around Apple Park. Fortunately, travel videographer Yongsung Kim served up the next best thing with an Apple Park video tour.
In a recently published YouTube video, he takes the world inside Apple Park’s spaceship campus in Cupertino, California. The video shows parts of the building you won’t normally see during a trip to the Apple Park Visitor Center. Check it out!
There’s still plenty we don’t get to see, of course. (In case you hadn’t heard, Apple’s a pretty secrecy-minded company, so the chances of a comprehensive tour are slim to none.) However, the video tour of Apple Park offers probably the closest look that most people will ever get at one of the world’s most valuable buildings.
It’s also interesting to see how much of Apple Park’s architectural design language shows up in modern Apple Stores. (Think lots of glass and indoor plants.) That’s not too surprising, though. Apple design chief Jony Ive was heavily involved with both, alongside architect Norman Foster.
Hey, worst case scenario you can watch this video and, for a few minutes, pretend you’re an Apple employee pulling up to work.
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