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Arvin Maleki Designs


Arvin Maleki Designs

Today's featured designer is Arvin Maleki. Arvin Maleki is the creator of iconic designs such as Black Hole and Seda.

We had the rare opportunity to interview the exalted designer Arvin Maleki who was recently announced as the Designer of the Day by the A' Design Award and Competition. Arvin Maleki is the creator of iconic designs such as Black Hole and Seda. We got exclusive answers to our questions about Arvin Maleki's designs and design philosophy.
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Arvin Maleki, how did you become a designer?
Arvin Maleki: I think we all have a road map inside us. It is our inner and subconscious desire to do our best. After studying computer architecture and artificial intelligence at university, I decided to move on to industrial design. This migration required a lot of effort and perseverance so that I could gain enough knowledge and experience in this field. But in this regard, I have always tried to achieve everything that helps me do my best. But my best friend helped me make that decision. She had an exceptional understanding of life. She was passionate about life and worked hard and bravely, but at the same time, she enjoyed life. She told me to be the best; I had to pursue my inner passion. So, I decided to go for industrial design...
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Arvin Maleki, what are your priorities, technique, and style when designing?
Arvin Maleki: In design, aesthetics, ideas, and product performance are very important to me. In addition, I try to put technology at the heart of my design...

Arvin Maleki, which emotions do you feel when designing?
Arvin Maleki: I feel an inner joy. The best feeling I can have. I really enjoy creating a new idea...
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Arvin Maleki, what particular aspects of your background shaped you as a designer?
Arvin Maleki: Zaha Hadid is my favorite designer. Her prominent and stupendous designs are very inspiring. She uses the art of engineering in her design. I studied computer science and artificial intelligence at university, and I'm delighted about that. This gave me a different perspective on design. I can imagine the design I want with the technical details I want. And maybe I can dream more creatively...
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Arvin Maleki, what is your growth path? what are your future plans? what is your dream design project?
Arvin Maleki: Designing new projects especially futuristic and digital concepts. Let's take a new look at the design and make life easier for people—an extensive development...

Arvin Maleki, what are your advice to designers who are at the beginning of their career?
Arvin Maleki: Design requires creativity, deep inner belief, and study. In art, which is a straightforward yet complex phenomenon, we need to know what art is and what we are looking for in art. Melt and create your mind over and over again. So much, so that artistic creation takes over part of our subconscious mind. But the most important thing is to learn the basics of art. A good designer can think well when he can draw a line professionally. It takes thousands and thousands of times to practice drawing lines and geometry. Whenever you can draw a circle with your mind instead of your hand, you can imagine creative phenomena. The design has a ladder. You have to go up all the stairs one by one. Design, color, volume, and geometry and implement them with all the details...
Arvin Maleki, you are truly successful as a designer, what do you suggest to fellow designers, artists and architects?
Arvin Maleki: Design requires creativity, deep inner belief, and study. In art, which is a straightforward yet complex phenomenon, we need to know what art is and what we are looking for in art. Melt and create your mind over and over again. So much, so that artistic creation takes over part of our subconscious mind. But the most important thing is to learn the basics of art. A good designer can think well when he can draw a line professionally. It takes thousands and thousands of times to practice drawing lines and geometry. Whenever you can draw a circle with your mind instead of your hand, you can imagine creative phenomena. The design has a ladder. You have to go up all the stairs one by one. Design, color, volume, and geometry and implement them with all the details...
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Arvin Maleki, what is your day to day look like?
Arvin Maleki : Going to my companies, study, writing, design, watching the film, and music are the regular activities I do...

Arvin Maleki, how do you keep up with the latest design trends? to what extent do design trends matter?
Arvin Maleki: Design is a creative concept. When your design is based on principles, needs assessment, sociology, and purpose are studied and implemented well, it will change the taste of society. People are looking for something that will satisfy their inner thirst for art but also meet their needs. So I try to present the art of reproduction. We can appreciate the essence of art by creating new concepts...
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Arvin Maleki, how do you know if a product or project is well designed? how do you define good design?
Arvin Maleki: I have my own criteria for evaluating design. Aesthetics, usability, and ideas. These principles are very important to me...

Arvin Maleki, how do you decide if your design is ready?
Arvin Maleki: I always try to do my best. Aesthetics, usability, and ideas are very valuable to me. When designing, I try to consider these principles to get the best possible results...
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Arvin Maleki, what is your biggest design work?
Arvin Maleki: Blackhole absolutely. Of course, I still prefer it because I tried to follow all the principles of my design. And of course, it was my first big creative challenge...

Arvin Maleki, who is your favorite designer?
Arvin Maleki: Zaha Hadid. She is my most favorite designer...
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Arvin Maleki, would you tell us a bit about your lifestyle and culture?
Arvin Maleki : My life is based on constant effort and perseverance. Music flows in the context of my life. In fact, at my birthplace, there is a taste for music in people's backgrounds. Nature excites me and makes me work with more energy and enthusiasm. In design style, I have a strong desire for futuristic design and the use of artificial intelligence. I believe that good design can make people's lives more comfortable and more enjoyable...
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Arvin Maleki, would you tell us more about your work culture and business philosophy?
Arvin Maleki: We work as a team. For me, commitment, creativity, and a desire for excellence, learning, and improvement are fundamental. Walk the hard way to do the best. Creativity is an important part, so we have to do our best to implement a creative idea. Tireless and persevering...
Arvin Maleki, what are your philanthropic contributions to society as a designer, artist, and architect?
Arvin Maleki: From my point of view, the design could change the human`s view of life and makes dreams true, if it is creative, simple, peaceful, and intelligent. Art is for peace and tranquility. Therefore, I always cherish humanitarian projects from the bottom of my heart. Helping young designers is a smart way to develop art. I've ever tried every way possible to help young designers, and in this way, there is no limit for me...
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Arvin Maleki, what positive experiences you had when you attend the A' Design Award?
Arvin Maleki: Because the competition is a continuous professional stream, it creates an inner desire to reach the best position. Careful and meticulous judgment without limitation creates the opportunity every day to once again strive to be the best in the high society of the best. This is the essential feature of this event that has made it a very different opportunity...
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Arvin Maleki, can you tell us more about your company/design studio?
Arvin Maleki: My design studio is a wonderful world where I work. I have very creative, enthusiastic, and capable teammates, and we have done a lot of successful projects together. The most important thing is that we enjoy working and creating together...
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Arvin Maleki, what is "design" for you?
Arvin Maleki: Design is a dynamic phenomenon. It is converting the mental concept of aesthetics into a visible phenomenon with measurable attributes. Then it can be said that sciences such as mathematics and geometry also have the concept of aesthetics. Design is the creative imagination of science...
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Arvin Maleki, what kinds of works do you like designing most?
Arvin Maleki: Futuristic and parametric design is my favorites...

Arvin Maleki, what was the first thing you designed for a company?
Arvin Maleki: For the first time, I designed packaging and organizational identity...

Arvin Maleki, what is your favorite material/platform/technology?
Arvin Maleki: Carbon fiber, wood, and aluminum are my favorites...
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Arvin Maleki, when do you feel the most creative?
Arvin Maleki: I always think about design, but green places make my mind excited...

Arvin Maleki, how do you think the "design field" is evolving? what is the future of design?
Arvin Maleki: I think we need a futuristic view of design. Artificial intelligence technology and applications are rapidly evolving and expanding. Their use in life is not only inevitable, but one day life would be unimaginable without their use...
Arvin Maleki, what are your suggestions to companies for working with a designer? how can companies select a good designer?
Arvin Maleki: The portfolio is the best source and reference of a designer's background, but it is crucial how the designer interacts with the employer. I prefer to work with a designer that considers order not only as a simple task but also as an essential issue...
Arvin Maleki, from your perspective, what would you say are some positives and negatives of being a designer?
Arvin Maleki: Being a designer is a gift in life. As a designer, you can take a new look at the world. Art is inherently dynamic, and it is challenging to bring that dynamism into practice...

Arvin Maleki, thank you for giving us the opportunity to interview you... To learn more about Arvin Maleki and check more designs by Arvin Maleki as well as to see more Arvin Maleki designs such as Black Hole and Seda visit designeroftheday.com/?230580
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We hope you enjoyed our interview of Arvin Maleki. This interview was made possible by the contributions of A' Design Award and Competition - The World's largest and most influential design accolade. A' Design Award is an annual, international design award open to both concept stage and realized works by designers, artists, architects and brands worldwide. A' Design Award and Competition aims to create a public awareness and understanding of good design by promoting the best designers such as Arvin Maleki and their design works worldwide. Visit designaward.com to learn more.
REFERENCES/BIBLIOGRAPHY:
https://competition.adesignaward.com/designer.php?profile=230580 https://competition.adesignaward.com/design.php?ID=97105
https://competition.adesignaward.com/design.php?ID=95434

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