Steve Jobs Estates and Homes ( 2 )
The Jackling House
The 'Jackling house' which Steve renamed as Woodside Mansion is a huge mansion designed by architect George Washington Smith in the early 1900s for copper magnate Daniel Jackling. However, Steve bought the woodside mansion 1984.He lived there till his marriage in 1991, since than his plan has always been to tear it down.
Location: 'Jackling house' is located in Woodside, California
Histroy of 'Jackling house'
In 1984 Steve Jobs purchased the Jackling House and estate, and resided there for a decade. For years, he worked with architects like I. M. Pei and the Retail Stores' firm, BCJ on plans for a new, sleeker house. However those plans never materialized because the demolition was blocked by local communities. The house was finally demolished in Feb 2011 by Steve Jobs.
Palo Alto home
Steve Jobs bought this Palo Alto home in mid-1990s, after his marriage with Laurene. It is very modest house built in Tudor style. The 5,700 sq foot property is worth more than $2.6 million.
Location: The house is located in Palo Alto, California
Accommodation: The seven bedroom and four bathroom house is simply designed with light furniture with ordinary décor. It fits beautifully with the rest of this quiet neighborhood around the Stanford university campus, his house also is like his designs, simple and elegant.
Steve Jobs Yachts ( 1 )
Venus Feadship Yacht
Revise: The dream yacht of late Steve Job's 'Venus' is all set to sail. The exclusively-new yacht boasting sleek and minimalist design directly inspired by Apple, is late Steve Job's dream luxury yacht reportedly seen for the first time at shipbuilder Koninklijke De Vries ‘Feadship’s’ facility in the Dutch city of Aalsmeer, just over a year after the Apple founder’s death on 5th October.
Update: A spokesperson of the very famous designer Philip Starck has revealed that he was working on this unique yacht that was commissioned by Steve Jobs. If all goes well, then we would be seeing this concept yacht become a reality within eight to ten months of time.
Steve Jobs official biography and other reports have revealed that Jobs was in the process of designing his own Feadship superyacht at the time of his death. He had implemented his minimalistic design sense to the yacht, which is quite apparent in each of the Apple’s product. In development since 2009, the yacht could have 40-foot-long glass walls and was to be built at Feadship’s facility in Netherlands. However there has been no official comment from the manufacturer’s side, who value the owner’s privacy more than anything else. To have any idea of what the ship might look like we can refer to Feadship’s Breathe concept, which was first unveiled in the Monaco Boat Show last year.
Steve Jobs Private jets ( 1 )
Gulfstream V Jet
"Steve's private jet was offered to him by the Apple board when he officially became the company's CEO, in January 2000. Gulfstream is one of world's top selling luxury Business jet which can seat 14 - 19 people on its luxurious leather seats in very aesthetically designed ambiance. It is powered by Rolls-Royce BR710A1-10 turbofan engine, which can produce 14,750 lbf of thrust. This jet has cruising speed of 656.3 MPH and can travel 5,800 miles at a stretch.
Steve Jobs Hobbies ( 2 )
Steve Jobs was a die-hard Bob Dylan fan. He used to play Bob Dylan tunes on his guitar during his youth, discussing the lyrics with friends, which was also one of his favorite past time. His only furniture in his Woodside mansion was his $1,00,000 stereo. He followed the music of The Beatles with equal zeal.
Even after dropping out from reeds college, he still continued to attend calligraphy classes and its impact is visible even to this day on all the apple products.
Steve Jobs Autos and Cars ( 2 )
2008 Mercedes SL 55 AMG
A 5.5L v8 engine and 510 horsepower car, which can hit a top speed of 156 mph, and 0 - 60 mph in 4.5 seconds. Steve Job's car is notable for its bar code number plate and its unique parking locations at handicap reserved spaces, for which he pays fines regularly.
1966 R60/2 BMW Motorcycle
A four stroke, 594 CC motorcycle powered by 2 cylinders. its is capable to generate 30 HP and could touch 90 mph at peak. Steve Jobs use to ride one of those in 1980's. they were already considered vintage then. His choice for German engineering has always been very obvious through his choice of automobiles and this bike is no different as well.
Steve Jobs Wedding ( 1 )
Steve Jobs chose to marry at his favorite location, Yosemite National Park. He married according to buddhist rites and rituals performed by Job's spiritual adviser , Kobun Chino Otogawa, a Zen Buddhist monk.
Steve Jobs Holiday Destinations(Getaways) ( 3 )
Yosemite National park
Yosemite is internationally recognized for its spectacular granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, Giant Sequoia groves, and biological diversity. Steve loves it so much that he got married there there as well
Kona island, Hawaii
Steve Is a regular visitor of Hawaii islands, and when he chose hawaii as his vacation spot during his recent medical leave it came as no surprise. earlier too Steve has been to Hawaii with Larry Ellison in 1995.
Tech-wizard and visionary Steve Jobs often visited Louvre Museum and once said to French journalists that, one of his biggest pride was to see an Apple billboard next to the Louvre.
Location: Louvre Museum in Paris is located on the Right Bank of the Seine.
Main attraction: The Louvre Museum is one of the world's largest museums, the most visited art museum in the world and a historic monument. The museum has nearly 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 19th century are exhibited over an area of 60,600 square meters
Steve Jobs Collectibles ( 1 )
Ansel Adams photography
Steve Jobs Woodhouse mansion was full of black and white photography of Ansel Adams.
Steve Jobs Brands ( 5 )
He started out his career wearing expensive suits in youth, and later started to wear blue Levis jeans, which he always wears during his second innigs at apple even during the board meetings
Steve Jobs is usually seen wearing Mock turtleneck designed by St. Croix.
Along with his blue Levis jeans and st. croix turtle neck, sneakers by new balance have become part of his trademark uniform.
He was spotted many times while driving his BMW 1966 R60/2 during his early apple days.
Steve Jobs was one of the most influential persons of the century and everything he did or in this case wore was a matter of interest to at least half of the world. Thus when it was known that he wore the German made Lunor Classic Rund PP, it was instant news. So much so that after his death, Power Bloom the Asian distributing arm of the specs showcased in their Hong Kong booth, a portrait of Steve Jobs along with a pair of glasses and read “Steve Jobs 1955-2011: We have lost an ultimate genius. What he has left us are his overwhelming ideas and his favorite glasses.” The homepage of the manufacture also reads “The Glasses of Steve Jobs”.