Still, many see the new Apple headquarters as an architectural wonder.
We don't want to make a mountain out of a mole hill, but the situation is concerning enough to employees that some of them opted to stick Post-It notes on glass doors as markers to indicate there is a transparent barrier. The building's design was crafted by famed architect Norman Foster, taking major cues from Apple co-founder Steve Job's vision for the new headquarters.
In an effort to curb cranial collisions, unidentified company employees took to placing Post-It notes on glass walls as a way of warning their colleagues. But the idea of using glass, however, isn't the most impressive detail about this structure, Apple's design chief Jony Ive said.
Apple's space-age Cupertino headquarters has 45-foot-tall panels of curved glass.
Apple Park was designed by famed architect Norman Foster, based on a vision by late company co-founder Steve Jobs. "The achievement is to make a building where so many people can connect and collaborate and walk and talk", Ive told Wired in May.
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But after the Apple Park campus opened earlier this year, the technology giant has discovered one downside to its obsession with stylish aesthetics.
There are apparently other markings on the glass panels to help employees, although it isn't clear if these markings are set in place by the employees or if it's a default feature of the building architecture, reads the report. But they were removed as they disrupted the building's design symmetry, people familiar with the incidents said.
We all know how important design is to Apple, which could account for why they didn't put safety markings on the glass.
As you'd expect, Apple isn't commenting and won't let the general public into the building.
An 83-year-old woman sued Apple in 2012 when she broke her nose after walking into an Apple Store's glass door.