Like he did a month ago, Duncan Sinfield returned this week to the Apple Park to record beautiful images of the work at the end of the day.
The video shows the current stage of construction of the new Apple headquarters, which continues to progress well, but still has a strong "construction site" aspect. It is difficult to imagine that there are even some employees working normally there, remembering that the forecast was the first to start moving in April.
A few days ago, another YouTuber Matthew Roberts also did a one-year retrospective of the works and the WIRED brought an in-depth look, very cool, about the Apple Park project. Not to be missed.
Update 05/30/2017 s 09:20
Matthew Roberts I wouldn't be out of this month, of course. Today he published another video showing the current state of the works, all of which was filmed during the day, even.
As you can see, some of the Steve Jobs Theater's curved glass covers have begun to be removed.
In addition, the video highlights that historic barn that Apple promised to keep on campus. ?
Update II 06/01/2017 s 19:06
AND Duncan Sinfield posted one more today, highlighting the number of trees already planted there. He also managed to get up close, with his drone, from the main entrance to Apple Park with the giant glass doors open.
I can't get enough of watching these videos.