if you tell me that the best “user experiences” are “software” and not “fried chicken sandwiches” i will fight you
walls in american homes are too powerful—they carry a level of perfection and crispness that’s uncompromising, but they typically make up garishly shaped rooms that feel unplanned.
the need for perfect, idealized products comes from the inability to buy beautiful fruit at street corners for cheap, from the inability to maintain a continuous narrative at pace that crosses the domains of your life, that totalizes your human experience
“The most beautiful thing that exists is an egg,” he said during a panel discussion at Cooper Hewitt in 2008 in conjunction with his award. “Its form is just perfect.”