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Tour the Apple Spaceship's Landing Site Via Drone Footage

Apple's upcoming Norman Foster-designed HQ in Cupertino, Calif., continues to be the most doggedly stalked corporate fortress around, this time inspiring someone to strap a GoPro to a DJI Phantom 2 drone to get some aerial footage of the construction site. Recently featured on Curbed sister site The Verge, the video shows the UFO-like imprint of the so-called Apple Spaceship—which may or may not have been based on a midcentury motor hotel—taking shape, with nearby developments emphasizing just how enormous the place will be. Upon completion, the 2,800,000-square-foot complex known as Campus 2 will have curving four-story glass walls, an underground car park, and a campus-like central courtyard, and could very well be more expensive than One World Trade, at upwards of $5B. Here's what it looks like now:

· Apple's new spaceship is looking more like a landing site [The Verge]
· 12 Facts Norman Foster Just Revealed About Apple's HQ [Curbed National]
· All Apple coverage [Curbed National]