Design can be good, bad, or dysfunctional. There is nothing like No design.
Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” — Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, Inc.
Nature designs everything beautifully, while humans too attempt to imitate, and follow its rules. When they succeed, the result doesn’t fail to touch a chord and exclaim.. vow!! A good design adds value, an added function – the visually satisfying one. Most Apple products are designed well, and this has been the case ever since they launched Macintosh. The philosophy behind the good design is simplicity. The ring-shaped Apple Park, a 5 billion dollar, home to Apple in California is a great design. It was one of the last projects of their CEO Steve Jobs and a reflection of their corporate values. Designed by Foster + Partners, the British Architectural firm, that also designed the WTC Souk, which was home to my exhibition for three years ( 2013- 2016) till it was rented out to LULU, the retail giant of the middle east. Foster + Partners are known and respected for their iconic design and the detailing they do while implementing the concept.