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Old City architecture firm OLIN working on Apple’s new $4B Bay Area campus

OLIN will be designing more than 100 acres of "green space reminiscent of the natural California landscape, including the use of native and drought-tolerant vegetation," according to ArchDaily.com.

The latest renderings of Apple's new campus. Photo credit: © Foster + Partners, ARUP, Kier + Wright, OLIN, Apple via ArchDaily.com

Here’s a cool local tie to Apple‘s $4 billion new Cupertino City campus, slated to be completed in 2016: Old City landscape architecture firm OLIN is one of four firms working on the project. OLIN  will be designing more than 100 acres of “green space reminiscent of the natural California landscape, including the use of native and drought-tolerant vegetation,” according to ArchDaily.com.

Check out more renderings of the campus here.

Read more about OLIN and the firm’s interest in technology here.

Companies: Apple

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