The latest issue of architectural mag CLOG places its focus on Apple and its place in architecture. Over fifty contributions discuss the influence Apple has had on architecture, exploring diverse topics such as Steve Jobs’ childhood Eichler home, recycling of Apple products, the evolution of the Apple store, Apple’s central role in the development of glass engineering, and the Cupertino headquarters design by Foster + Partners.
The contributions range from short essays, to cartoons, to statistical information about Apple’s widespread influence,” says CLOG editor Julia van den Hout. “We also have an interview with Ronald Wayne, who was one of the original co-founders of Apple Computer, together with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
CLOG is currently working on their third issue, which will be out in May. Focusing on data centers, the volume will take a closer look at this completely new building type.
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