Internet HQs as art – the power of Apple & Facebook – The Memo

Structure as art

Opening at London’s Alan Cristea Gallery this week, Infinite Loop will likely be Langlands & Bell’s largest UK exhibition for a number of years.

It contains 24 prints, every illustrating futuristic fashions as if floating in area.

A number of items in the Infinite Loop sequence, depict the Apple headquarters designed by Foster and Partners – turned on its aspect, and proven at numerous factors in rotation.

The structure portrayed in Gates Basis in Seattle, was designed by architects NBBJ, who have been impressed by a map of the globe illustrating the pathways of world commerce and migration.

Whereas Facebook, Menlo Park is a wall sculpture which depicts the firm’s inside, as designed by Frank Gehry. It’s the single largest room in the world with a half-mile strolling path, enabling free motion of 2,800 staff.

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Internet HQs as art – the power of Apple & Facebook - The Memo