Google has teamed up with Bjarke Ingels again. The tech giant revealed plans for a Big-designed campus in Sunnyvale, California. BIG is currently working with Heatherwick Studios on two Google hubs, one in London and the other in Mountain View, California. Just miles from the latter, the new site is set to include two buildings packed with signature Ingels moves, including a ramped roof that swoops to ground level, allowing workers to bike from floor to floor. Meanwhile, another big tech project is drawing criticism in Australia. Apple announced in December that its next “Town Square” retail flagship would be built in Melbourne’s Federation Square. The news resulted in public outcry and the launch of a “Stop Apple” website protesting the demolition of the Yarra Building, which currently occupies the site intended for the store, set to be designed by Foster + Partners. The Australian Institute of Architects, the Planning Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects have collectively spoken out against the plan and the lack of public consultation. Wherever the next flagship may land, we hope it’s equipped to deal with the local climate. When winter weather hit, Foster’s recently opened Apple outpost in Chicago also made headlines. The store’s perimeter was roped off after the Macbookshaped roof created a falling ice hazard – and a whole lot of “icicle” jokes.