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Apple will move into an iconic former power station in London

The tech behemoth is taking 500,000 square feet for a new campus at the site The gorgeous Art Deco power station at the Battersea development—the same one that appears on Pink Floyd's album cover for Animals and that Bjarke Ingels wants to decorate with lightning—will become Apple’s new London HQ, according to The Spaces. Apple has signed on to occupy six floors of the station’s Boiler House, at a total exceeding 500,000 square feet.
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