The spaceship-esque plans reflect the tech company's commitment to innovation, intuitive interfaces and aesthetic design.

In the most detailed renderings to date, the Apple Campus 2 takes on unprecedented shape and form to otherworldly effect.

The 176-acre, 2.8-million-square-foot campus in Cupertino, California combines the transparency and modernity of floor-to-ceiling glass walls with a return to indigenous plant and animal life in a man-made park.

Aspects of the new Apple campus include extensive dining facilities, an underground road and parking garage beneath the main building, solar panel and foliage covered structures, a transit center, R&D facilities, and an underground auditorium for product unveilings.

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