The folks over at Wired today pointed out more clues on the future Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. The city council approved the 176-acre Foster + Partners project in October, which is slated for completion by 2016. As Kyle Vanhemert writes in Wired:

"In these images, we see for the first time the space port-like entrance to the development's subterranean parking lot, a cavernous cafeteria that spills into the grassy landscape beyond, and the glass pavilion that will serve as the entrance to Apple’s new underground auditorium — a secure lair where press will gather for future product launches."

Here are some of what they found on the project. (All images credited to the city of Cupertino.)


Credit: City of Cupertino


Credit: City of Cupertino


Credit: City of Cupertino


Credit: City of Cupertino