Apple Park’s Internal Glass Panes Are So Clear Some Employees Accidentally Walked Into It
Apple's new spaceship Apple Park headquarters is a one of a kind building that is designed in a completely different way. It's not your everyday campus if we put it simply. The building is circular in shape featuring marvels of architectural concepts. Apart from all the prevailing tech news, there is an interesting piece of news that might amuse you. According to reports from Bloomberg, some employees walked accidentally into the clear internal glass panes of the pods that makes Apple Park what we see. So let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.
Distracted Apple Employees Walked Into The Clear Glass Panes At New Apple Park Campus
To cure the bumping issue, some employees stuck Post-It notes to the glass walls which will enable them to see easily. However, the Post-In cards were removed because it was detracting from the design of the building. Even though there are several markings on the glass panes, it is amusing that the employees have not gotten used to the new building. As of now, the company has not fully migrated its employees to the new campus. Last reported Apple had permission to move workers in 5 out of the total 12 Apple Park sections.
What makes Apple Park a unique structure is a design and the material used. Apple is known for its attention to detail in its products and looking at the Apple Park campus completely justifies with the notion. It features the world's biggest curved panes of glass. Apart from this the pieces that make up the exterior ring also contributes to it.
All in all, we can see that glass has been a major component in the Apple Park campus. No wonder some Apple employees walked into it. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details.
This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the Apple Park campus? Did you find the news amusing? Share your views in the comments.
News Source: Bloomberg
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