Apple Park Fitness Centre


Designed by renowned architect Sir Norman Foster of Foster + Partners, The Apple Campus project was once described by Late Apple CEO Steve Jobs as "a shot at building the best office building in the world." It will house 13,000 employees on over 2.8 million square feet of office space. Apple employees will on arrival will be slow to leave with such amenities as fruit trees, a massive fitness center, and a workspace that's been carefully overseen by Jony Ive, Apple's chief design officer. CareyGlass supplied all glass to the 100,000 square foot fitness and wellness centre complete with a 2-storey yoga room.


15mm Low Iron, Tempered, Heat Soak Tested/Polished Edges/Some Metered Edges
Typical Sizes 146” x 63” - 3705mm x 1600mm


In an interview with Architectural Record, Foster+Partners founder and chairman Norman Foster explained that he was inspired by the idea of a London square, where houses surround a park. This eventually evolved into the present design: a circular structure surrounding a large outdoor park. For Foster it is “a beautiful object descended on this verdant, luxurious landscape … a true utopian vision”. One of its aims is to inspire future Apple workers with its perfection and attention to detail, to set a standard for them to follow in their work. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, called it a “100-year decision”.