(Photo by Stephen Babcock)
Baltimore is among them, especially after the developers helming the Port Covington project said they had room for the many, many square feet that the project will require.
Among those who were curious about what it would look like was Terry Kilby of drone and imaging outfit Elevated Element. So he and art director Adam Palmer decided to mock up what the headquarters could look like, were Baltimore to be chosen by Amazon and Port Covington designated the site.
Here’s what they came up with:
Kilby said they used photos of Port Covington, and created a model of Amazon’s headquarters from scratch using the orb structures found on the company’s Seattle campus.
Amazon hasn’t signaled what city it’s choosing one way or another, and even then there would be a long way to go. But it’s interesting to envision what it might look like.
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