Arvin Maleki, founder and creative director of Futuredge Design Studio, is the gold winner of A'design and best of the best in digital and electronic devices design 2020. He is the 20th designer of the world in the digital and electronic device category and 32nd designer of the world in the futuristic design category 2020. Also, he is the 731st best designer of the world 2020/2021 R+ Designer Rankings and seventh-best designer in Iran based on World Design Rankings.

He has studied computer systems architecture and artificial intelligence and has more than ten books in these fields. Since 2017 he is working in the field of industrial design and has won more than eight prestigious international prizes. As an artificial intelligence expert and computer engineer, he has always tried to solve issues and create particular ideas for topics.

Now he is a member of many proud and prestigious associations and societies. He is the senior partner of World Design Consortium (WDC), Alliance of International Business Associations (AIBA), International Beurau of Service Providers (IBSP), International Society of Product Manufacturers (ISPM), International Council of Creative Industries (ICCI), International Design Club (IDC), International Association of Designers (IAD).


Maybe the design mission being that makes what is in mind in the shape of visualized concepts. Many abstract ideas may not be done technically, but the design could demonstrate them to all and makes them believable. I am following Zaha Hadid in design, and she said: "I do not think that architecture is only about shelter, is only about a very simple enclosure. It should be able to excite you, to calm you, and to make you think." In a desirable and futuristic, some principles are so important: efficiency and applicability, use of curves while simplicity and beauty, meaningfulness, and change of meaning to create a sense of creativity, non-adherence to others, and futuristic look based on the state of the art technologies and artificial intelligence.
First, the efficiency and applicability of design mean the right use of resources to design the most efficient product.
Second, the curves help to make a design more eye-catching and giving thought to drowning. For example, see the Heydar Aliyev Center that is designed by Zaha Hadid. The simplicity and beauty of these waveform curves are exemplary.
Third, the meaningfulness of design, philosophy, and a right look at the background can make a great help in understanding design and establishing communication with it. For example, referring to a particular person, a distinct era, a specific culture, a reference to nature, animals, or even an abstract futuristic idea could give a deep meaning to a design that may wipe out the viewers for hours.
Forth, one of the essential parts of a design is creativity and doesn't adhere to the other last repeated designs. This is true that the wheel should not be reinvented, but it is necessary to fly instead of using the wheel. The world needs common structures to be broken to breathe and make a new look to the world from another point of standing. To bring mental concepts into reality. To do bravely and let a human understand other aspects of space, coordinate, and many things that they can sense in the physical world, but the design would let them touch by the mind hand.
Fifth, artificial intelligence would change the world and even design shortly. When artificial intelligence design for us with in-depth learning-based solutions and 3D printers builds them, buildings and towers that we are not able to imagine now without any technical malfunction in the best possible state will be done. So, the design itself could change attitudes. Nothing could create new concepts like the human brain, and nothing could think like human even artificial intelligence that could learn from the human. So, design as the human dynamic ability is a significantly useful tool that can make the world a desirable place to live and help humankind to create, create, and create...

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