Mashable reports that approximately 900 of the 3,000 glass panes have been installed on the facade of the "spaceship," aka Apple Campus 2 designed by Norman Foster. More striking than the fact the glass is reportedly 10-1/2 feet tall by 46-feet long...
...is that each piece is curved to fit the circular building. Sedak, a subsidiary of seele, which supplied the large glass panes for Apple's v2 Fifth Avenue Store, produced the glass for Apple Campus 2.
Sedak actually boasts of being able to produce "tempered, laminated, coated, printed, and insulating products in formats of up to 3.3m x 16m (10ft 6in x 52ft 5.9in)," so Apple's glass is a bit on the small side.
[Apple's Tim Cook visited Sedak last year when the final glass panel for Apple Campus 2 was produced | image source]
Filed under "I'll believe it when I see it": Mashable's report indicates that the restaurant at Apple Campus 2 will have "two glass doors that span four stories high (at 92 x 52 feet, it's about the size of a basketball court)." Those doors would make the exterior wall panes seem tiny and would easily be some of the heaviest doors ever created – much less operated.https://www.sedak.com/en/