Apple Park, the company's new Silicon Valley "spaceship" headquarters, is a marvel of architecture and design, as Apple's design chief, Jony Ive, led its creation. However, there's one problem...distracted employees keep walking into the building's stunning glass walls and doors. That's right, there's so much glass that even closed doors caused injuries where emergency services had to be called. Continue reading for a drone video of the campus and more information.
"Recognizing the problem, employees began to put sticky notes on glass doors so employees would know they were there. But Apple management removed them because they didn't match the design of the building," according to Yahoo News.