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A new set of images from an architecture firm prove that Apple's campus designs have changed as much as the design of its actual products.
The images depict some of the interior and exterior designs seen in Apple's old Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California. Apple used the Infinite Loop campus from 1993 until 2017, when it began moving operations to Apple Park.
"An industry pioneer, Robin Weckesser directed the design and construction of multiple domestic and international projects for Apple, among them Apple's owned headquarters, as well as the Infinite Loop R&D Campus in Cupertino, CA," according to the site.
Compared to Apple's current office designs, the aesthetics of the Infinite Loop campus feel much less modern. There's little sign of the company's current minimalist industrial design language. Some photos, for example, show off interesting prints and colorful fabrics on the furniture.
The design of Apple's Infinite Loop campus resembles a university, with buildings arranged around various green spaces.
While Apple is no longer headquartered at Infinite Loop, the company still uses the campus as both office and laboratory space. Apple Park is about an eight-minute drive away from the old campus.
As with Apple's current corporate headquarters, the company maintains an Apple Store location at One Infinite Loop that sells both Apple hardware and souvenirs. It's the only part of the old headquarters that is available to visit by the public.