“We can’t wait to get our people closer together, we’re a very collaborative company. One of the beauties of Apple Campus 2 is that it will be walkable. It will be great for us to innovate in for decades to come,” said Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer about plans for the company’s new ‘Campus 2′ in Cupertino. The plans were approved in a meeting yesterday and the Cupertino City Council tweeted out a video of the press conference this morning.
Oppenheimer was asked a few questions by press, including how he thought the money spent on the campus would be justified.
“The innovation that I believe that will come with the team, particularly in the collaborative environment that we’re going to build will be immeasurable,” said Oppenheimer. “We have built the building to be very walkable. You might begin your day in one part of the building and as the day progresses you might find yourself in another part of the building working with other teams.”
“It’s a very collaborative culture, and spontaneous conversations are very important to what we do. This building will really foster that,” he concluded.
Oppenheimer’s responses were interesting, but even more-so when...