Tim Cook praised Steve Jobs' vision of building Apple Park — 2022
The legendary Steve Jobs, one of the founders and historical CEO of Apple, would have been 64 years old yesterday, February 24. His death in 2011 left an irreplaceable gap in the company that Tim Cook now runs and also several ongoing projects, which Jobs could not see finished. This is the case of Apple Park, the company's new and curious headquarters in Cupertino, which began to be developed almost a decade ago.
Tim Cook recounts Steve Jobs' role in creating Apple Park
the iconic circle construction of the Apple Park, located at number 1 of the Apple Park Way in the Californian Cupertino, was opened in 2017 . This year, not only did the first workers begin to arrive at the new offices, but a presentation was also made there for the first time, such as that of the Apple Watch Series 3, iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Precisely at that event, both Apple and Tim Cook, paid tribute to the legendary Steve Jobs from the theater to which he gives his name.
yesterday, and on the occasion of which It would have been Jobs' 64th birthday , Cook noted in Twitter that the particular vision of Jobs was reflected in the Apple Park. He further stated that at this he would have loved to know the final result of this new headquarters with which he dreamed to create a unique work environment in which Get inspired for future Apple innovations.
Already at the 2017 event, Cook told how Jobs' goal was to create a headquarters where both engineers and designers could work together in order to create new apple products that can change the world . This vision together with all of Jobs's are today and always honored as expressed by Cook in the aforementioned event.
Steve’s vision is reflected all around us at Apple Park. He would have loved it here, in this place he dreamed up — the home and inspiration for Apple’s future innovations. We miss him today on his 64th birthday, and every day. pic.twitter.com/yRrTiA1iyz
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 24, 2019
Steve Jobs I take part in the growth of the Apple Park when, in June 2011, he presented the proposal for the new headquarters to the Cupertino City Council. Months later Jobs described the project as follows:
Have a beautiful courtyard in the middle and much more.It's a circle, so it curves all the way. This is not the cheapest way to build something. Every pane of glass in the main building will be curved. We have the opportunity to build the best office building in the world. I really think architecture students will come here to see it .
What do you think of this vision of Steve Jobs on Apple Park? Do you think it really is the best office building in the world as I wanted? Leave us your impressions in the comments.