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Apple CEO Steve Jobs has presented his vision of what he would like his company’s new headquarters to look like.
Jobs presented plans for the new office space, which will be in a circular four-storey building, to the Cupertino City Council recently.
The new 3.1 million square foot headquarters is designed to house 12,000 more Apple employees. According to Jobs the company is “growing like a weed.”
“It’s clear we need to build a new campus”, Jobs said. “We’re just out of space.”
Apple is currently the largest technology company in the world by market value. Since indroducing the wildly popular iPhone the company’s profits have skyrocketed.
Apple’s old headquarters at Infinite Loop Drive would be included in the new building, which would be on the almost 100-acre plot that Apple bought from computer giant Hewlett-Packard in 2010.
The price for the purchase of the land was never revealed, though it has been estimated at approximately USD 300 million.
“It’s a little like a spaceship landed,” Jobs said of the building.
“We’ve seen these office parks with lots of buildings, and they get pretty boring pretty fast, so we’d like to do something better than that.
“I think we do have a shot at building the best office building in the world. I really do think architecture students will come here to see this. I think it could be that good.”
It is rumoured that should the headquarters be built Apple will provide the town of Cupertino with free Wi-Fi.
The day before his presentation of the proposed new headquarters Jobs had been in San Francisco presenting Apple’s new iCloud service at a technology conference.
iCloud is Apple’s new service which incorporates the technology of cloud computing, which allows offices to dispense with buying expensive software.