Building a modern campus


Building a modern campus


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56 thoughts on “Building a modern campus”

  1. Jeff says:


  2. VideoGamesUSA says:

    Once that build's done, I guess you guys won't need E3 anymore…

  3. Abba Okoro says:

    Campuses would be irrelevant in the future Microsoft

  4. Angelou Sia says:

    Ilove Microsoft and google

  5. char says:

    amazon needs to make theirs like this. No having a bunch of buildings sprawl everywhere in SLU

  6. Akshay Jain says:

    Build in Bengaluru 😉

  7. Pure Techno says:

    Nice try Microsoft but not equal to Apple Campus 😍

  8. Ulises Chavez says:

    Si me corre el maincra? :v

  9. Usama Sadiq says:

    Apple campus is 1000000 times better 😜

  10. Jordawn House says:

    I’m going to work there one day, and change the world by improving education for children while getting them engaged in the fields of science, technology, and engineering.

  11. THEGUYABLE22 says:

    Oh wow. This looks amazing, two connected campuses, light rail stop/ station, and parking underneath the buildings. Making the buildings themselves look like a Microsoft store, using the sun as the main light scours. Also adding a huge outside activity areas with "the heart of the campus" and what seemed like a baseball field and two open grass fields out lined with running track. Amazing hopeing to work/ attend/ visit when it's all finished and done.

  12. Web Foxed says:

    i like it !

  13. 🔴Warped🔴 says:

    Microsoft is still around?

  14. kiwiKaiser says:

    I would absolutely love to work there.

  15. sikhswim says:

    A cricket field?

  16. Robert Lamb says:

    Great idea badly needed. MSFT has grown so fast that todays campus is crazy disorganized last time I consulted there

  17. Eric Marsi says:

    I'm only 20, have 1.5 years of college left and As soon as I graduate I WILL work there to not only fulfill my passion to work for Microsoft, but to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more!

  18. BosleyBeats says:

    Yayyyyyy this means the company meeting will return

  19. ralph gebara says:

    spend less money on the animation and more money on the design of the buildings –
    who chose the music? – fire them

  20. Vladimir Vučićević says:


  21. commenter78 says:

    why two soccer fields and no american football or basketball?

  22. nirmites CodingClub says:

    can i get job as a youtuber in Microsoft company?

  23. Citizen Victor says:

    What software was used to create this visualization?

  24. Rizky06 says:

    So basically MS is building a small self contained city.   Before you raze the old buildings can we see what they once looked like?

  25. City of Redmond says:

    Exciting news for Redmond!

  26. Trevor Brass says:

    Certainly more modest and humble than Apple's new HQ, but something like this is probably far more feasible for other companies to study and emulate in their designs.

  27. Jon Julnes says:

    Only two things about this make me a bit sad 🙁 Building 3 (or was it Bldg 2?)….the original (after "BurgerMaster") World HQ is going down in the process and….no more sending the NG to "an important meeting at building 7!!!!"….other than that….this is easily the most exciting RE news on the Eastside since the late 80's when Msft started it's surge in to the skies. Congratulations Microsoft!!! Very COOL!!!!!

  28. dr nubstein ✓ says:

    I wonder what will happen to Lake Bill :'(

  29. Heath Naylor says:

    No solar anywhere?

  30. Elmer Garcia Ibarra says:

    Microsoft will have the best campus of all, even better than the competition

  31. alex hales says:

    MS is amazing……Track your employee

  32. Mike Fisher says:

    I've worked in several of those buildings being shown getting wiped out on the map. I also worked in the building showcased at the end with the modern interior. Although that building looks cool, it is honestly the worst for productivity I've experienced. I think it just doesn't match the company culture well. Best of luck, but I don't think the new buildings will be an improvement.

  33. cloverlief says:

    I will be happy to see the change but at the same time, kind of saddened.
    I believe this change is needed as the campus does not make practical use of the land (it made sense over 30 years ago)

    I have been here off and on for almost 20 years now.
    1st project was with Windows 2000 on that one building at the bottom of the change area (26) that looks like half of it will disappear.
    So it will take a lot of getting used to, but again needed.

    While I like what is there now, I also look forward to whats new and what can be.

    Being in some of the older middle buildings I do say they need a lot of updating anyway.

  34. Richard Gomez says:

    most boring thing ever…In what year are we? not surprised, is Microsoft after all…

  35. Bhrigu Bharadwaj Pant says:

    Why no mention of Solar? 🤔

  36. A A says:

    I want to go there so bad if it existed

  37. MrTree1779 says:

    New construction doesn't change a messed up corporate culture. It merely paints over the rust and rot.

  38. Ambigulous says:

    Engineers need offices, not "neighborhoods". Open plan office layouts are a hostile work environment, full of distractions: noises, smells, and visual distractions. They do not work for software development. The best productivity tool you can give an engineer is their own office, where they can focus, think deeply, and be productive without being incessantly interrupted.

  39. My Commercial Videos says:

    Most significant is the history; the original part of the now sprawling Microsoft Redmond campus is about to be replaced. Nostalgic for countless people for sure.

  40. Jan Kotas says:

    Make Microsoft great again! Very nice!

  41. Cetin Uzun says:

    Some day I am gonna go there and live forever. This is a place where you can work happy and motivated every day. 🙂 I hope I can get there

  42. Adam Peterson says:

    As long as you know the difference between a landscaper and an Arborist. One will develop a beautiful plan, but one knows the long term effects of tiny spaces for large trees. The root system for most trees is twice as big as the crown in diameter, and needs breathable ground to yay healthy. Better the have an Arborist on board now, cause with your current plan, you'll need him later…

  43. Amine Sassi says:

    Why so bad rendering ? What's wrong with the architecture firm ?

  44. okoinfokus says:

    You need more bodies of water, that pond is too small!

  45. あおかぜ says:

    So Apple built a UFO, and Microsoft is building a mini-city?

  46. Theresa Horton says:

    I miss the old Microsoft. Xbox 360, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows XP.

  47. Carl Meehan says:

    Looks so darn good!

  48. Andy Arexx-Siharath says:

    this re-design alone now makes me wanna work at Microsoft!

  49. Sergio Núñez says:

    Awesome, how can people from other countries apply for a job there with you and get some sort of help from MS to get all paperwork to live in US? serious question 🙂

  50. Bach Pregil says:

    More of a REAL campus unlike the Apple Park.

  51. Rahul Vangari says:

    Microsoft Android phones

  52. Argofen Naiobe says:


  53. KimchiMan says:

    The number 1 software company on the earth

  54. Kristen d says:

    and… if it's anything like the MS buildings in which my daughter worked – those "social hubs" will become work spaces because they're so crowded.

  55. bin4ry_d3struct0r says:

    It's been two years since this video was posted. How's this plan going so far?

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