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NVIDIA Unveils Plans for a New Mega-Campus in Santa Clara

Gensler's design for the new NVIDIA campus [Photo: NVIDIA]
Computer graphics tech giant NVIDIA has just released their plans for a new South Bay campus, and things are looking decidedly futuristic. The new site will be directly across the street from their current offices off of Walsh Avenue in Santa Clara, designed by Gensler with landscape by Tom Leader Studio. The triangle shaped buildings will be built in two phases, with construction on the first 500,000 sq.ft office building starting in June and occupancy expected in 2015. The second twin triangle will come at a later date.

Gensler's design for the new NVIDIA campus [Photo: NVIDIA]
The glass-walled structures will be topped by a geodesic roof design that aims to bring natural light to the vast open floor plan. NVIDIA's project is the latest in a Silicon Valley corporate campus building boom - Apple, Samsung, and Facebook have all announced their own plans for South Bay domination.
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