One of the programs on our local NPR station was talking about the new Apple headquarters building planned for Cupertino, and how it may be "Steve Jobs' last Apple product."
Message Posted: Jun 19, 2011 8:38:02 AM
Maybe they should name it for Steve (dead or alive, doesn't matter: AT&T has a headquarters named after a very alive former CEO).
They were discussing if it would be unique, and they talked about whether it would wear well (most corporate architecture does NOT). The vanilla glass tower is classic, but probably not that good for energy consumption. They discussed how Chrysler is no longer in the Chrysler Building and Woolworth (who morphed into Foot Locker) is no longer in the Woolworth Building.