BJ Segal, Apple’s former design director, has recently established a mass timber housing company named Juno. Architect Segal, who worked for 19 years designing Apple stores — most recently as senior design director of real estate and development — believes that Juno can create housing that dispels people’s preconception about modular buildings. The first Juno project is on site in Texas. In an interview with Tom Ravenscroft, editor at Dezeen, Segal discusses Juno and its mission.
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Former Apple design director launches mass-timber housing company "to bring productisation to the built environment"