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SA Ahad
Jul 28, 2022
In Business Forum
Although aesthetics vary from person to person, there are still some classic elements that are universally recognized in aesthetic design. The Bauhaus style, which emerged in the 20th century and is still regarded as the standard by the design world, is the best example. The compliance type follows the main axis of function, and uses subtractive thinking to discard redundant designs. Every line and every crease has its base point, rather than the useless purpose of adding decoration. Style comes with performance, less is more, the Bauhaus aesthetic school regarded as the standard by later generations. Compared with additive thinking, subtractive popular database thinking needs to simplify complex things more simply and neatly, so that people can enjoy the beauty of design, but they cannot feel the craftsmanship surrounding them. This kind of thinking requires a more time-consuming design process. Therefore, in the mouth of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the third principal of the Bauhaus School and a well-known German design master, he even proposed "Less is more". It is a concept of many, which is presented in a relatively simple design, but contains more ideas. Although "Less is more" cannot be said to be the only truth in the field of design, it is the core spirit that most designers hold as the golden rule. Simple and complex, classic interpretation in the field of automotive design From Bauhaus style to subtractive thinking, and then to develop design concepts that are at least more, they are spread in many fields. In addition to the most respected architectural category, automotive design also has indicators. There was such a joke in the car world: "The designer of the Porsche 911 is the laziest designer in the world." Behind this sarcasm is a compliment of the 911's constant classic lines, frog-eyed headlights, The charming buttocks pouring down are not changed by the change of time and space, and insist on interpreting the classics with the simplest lines. This classic German sports car with the same birthplace as the Bauhaus style is the most important part of "Less is More". Best performance.
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