Lego Apple Park: Mini Version of the iPhone-Maker's Main Campus

This mini version of Apple's Cupertino campus is made entirely of Lego
26 May 2020
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This mini version of Apple's Cupertino campus is made entirely of Lego, was modelled on drone footage taken during construction, took two years to complete.

Lego Apple Park took its builders two years to complete
Lego Apple Park took its builders two years to complete

This mini version of Apple's Cupertino campus is made entirely of Lego, and was modeled on the drone footage taken during construction.

Lego Apple Park represents 1/650 of the actual size of 175-acre (71 hectare) of Apple campus in Cupertino, California. This model includes the infamous ring-shaped headquarters of Apple, additional buildings, and the surrounding foliage.

Lego Apple Park completed in 2018 by automotive engineer Spencer Rezkalla
Lego Apple Park completed in 2018 by automotive engineer Spencer Rezkalla

This Lego Apple Park is completed in 2018 by automotive engineer Spencer Rezkalla, which has been replicating a number of significant architectural projects using Lego in the past. After replicating buildings like New York Flatiron and Seagram Building, and Seattle Space Needle, Rezkalla took on a ring-shaped giant building as a new challenge.

Ring shaped! LEGO Apple Park
Ring shaped! LEGO Apple Park

When Apple Park was being developed, in June 2016, Rezkalla witnessed the aerial footage captured by unmanned drones, and he used that for mapping and design detail.

Detail elements include the small glass pavilion that provides access to the underground "Steve Jobs Theater", and a pair of detailed parking structure with rounded edges and solar panels on the roof. Also depicted is the main cafeteria, which features a four-storey high glass doors, and the historic Glendenning Barn, built in 1916.

Steve Jobs Theater Lego version, at Apple Park Headquarter
Steve Jobs Theater Lego version, at Apple Park Headquarter
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