http://apple.com/” target=”_blank”>Apple fans and architecture buffs alike have been following the development of the company’s new global headquarters since renderings were http://freshnessmag.com/2011/08/16/new-renderings-of-future-apple-headquarters-released/” target=”_blank”>first unveiled in 2011. Following http://freshnessmag.com/2013/05/03/apple-cupertino-campus-updated-plans/” target=”_blank”>updated plans and a subsequent http://freshnessmag.com/2013/10/17/apples-new-global-headquarters-campus-approved-by-cupertino-city-council/” target=”_blank”>final approval by the Cupertino Ctiy Council, Apple’s Campus 2 — aka the spaceship — is further revealed through a spate of new renderings that takes the observer inside the 2.8 million square-foot structure. Designed by star architect Norman Foster of http://fosterandpartners.com/” target=”_blank”>Foster + Partners, the mothership sits on a grassy 176-acre plot in the South Bay, its four stories set to be the new home for 13,000 engineers and designers. Make no mistake, the futuristic donut-shaped facility is the crown jewel of the plan, but the campus also includes a research and development building, 1000-seat auditorium accessible by a glass pavilion, and a generating plant that will serve as the campus’ primary source of electricity. Check out the new renderings below.