The Design Mind is an encompassing look into Deep Design and the human psychology surrounding it. Our modern obsession with making things stems from our ancient past and of figuring things out to solve problems. This is a journey within that history as we look for the origins of design and discover where it places us in the present, both literally and figuratively. We look for examples in building our understanding of the topic and its implications on our own man-made story. There is as well an integration of sister concepts such as art & architecture in an attempt to further reveal the root of the human mind in design. Where did this design stuff all get started? There are several integral questions seeking answers including 'why do humans design things?' and 'what kind of archaeological proofs do we have about our design roots?'.
This is a factual account of how we got to where we are today, a mix of modern and historical topics with the goal of seeing things a certain way, in a certain light. Making an approach to Deep Design as a popular topic this book has blended many ideas to come out with something enthusiastic, an element that will excite readers. Anyone who finds they are a lover of art, architecture, design or anthropology will enjoy this piece of well researched literature.
Come along for a journey that will open your mind to an idea about ourselves and about how we love making things.