The design of office buildings, museums, airports, train stations, and homes, can't always be revolutionary. In fact, much of architecture consists of those banal platitudes that are necessary for cities to grow and humanity to advance. Every so often, however, a building is completed that almost universally turns heads, and in the process, veers the collective practice of architecture in a new direction.

Take Foster + Partners' Apple Park, which—from its fully solar panel–clad rooftop to its ability to maintain an interior temperature of 68 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit by using an intake and release of natural air from the outdoors—has revolutionized the way in which modern company.

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