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Back in April, Apple opened the doors to its new “Spaceship” campus, Apple Park. Months later, the location’s Visitor’s Center is now welcoming the public.

Also designed by Foster + Partners, the Visitor’s Center features similar elements as the remainder of the campus, as it is ultimately an extension. The staircases, stone walls and terrazzo floors all feature the same overall aesthetic, while the space’s “cantilevered carbon fiber roof appears to float” and are supported “by stone clad cores and no other extraneous columns for support.”

Per Apple, the building is meant to invite “guests to explore Apple Park in an immersive and engaging way.” There, a three-dimensional model of the campus is brought to life, allowing customers to learn about product and their functions.

In addition to the iPhones, iPads, Macs and Apple Watches for sale, Apple Park is also selling exclusive T-shirts, hats, tote bags, postcards, memory cards, and onesies for little ones.

See the imagery above to get a feel for the Apple Park Visitor’s Center.

Now here’s where you can buy Apple Park’s $2,500 Hiroshima chairs.

Not NYC, not LA.

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