TF1 films Apple Park from the inside for its newspaper

Apple Park

At Apple, it is essential to keep a certain mystery around the design processes of each product. The brand’s devices being above all designed within its head office, it is all the more secret despite the twelve thousand employees who work there (well, except perhaps since teleworking has taken over not without reviews).

However, unpublished photographs of the building were published by the magazine Wallpaper not long ago, when until now no media had been authorized to do the same. But the periodical will not be the only one to benefit from it, since TF1 announced this weekend on its Twitter account to have also been invited on the spot. The video of the first French channel was then shared on the occasion of its eight o’clock newspaper on Sunday evening.

How to review the report?

If you weren’t there, no worries: know that TF1 offers to watch its subjects off-line. To do this, just go to the channel’s website at this address. Then click on the content that interests you, it will be that of December 19. Please note, to see it you will need to log in with a MYTF1 account.

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The 8:00 pm Sunday newspaper is not yet available, however; it seems that we have to wait several days for the replay to be uploaded. The latest being that of Thursday, December 16, so it will probably be necessary to wait until Wednesday evening to find out more about Apple Park.

An iconic headquarters

With its particularly striking design by Foster + Partners, Apple Park quickly became THE benchmark in Silicon Valley, gradually replacing the former Apple premises located nearby. Solar panels installed on the roof generate enough electricity to power all of the offices.

Steve Jobs, who had worked on the project, unfortunately never had the time to see it completed. The former CEO of Apple indeed succumbed to cancer in 2011, the year when Apple Park was presented to the press for the first time. The work will be completed in April 2017, will have lasted nearly three and a half years and cost around five billion dollars according to the most recent estimates.

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