"You will never look at the buildings around you in the same way again. Intriguing ideas, well-presented, with wonderful illustrations and a premise that cannot be denied. C. Lewis Kausel presents examples that are eye-opening and yet completely reasonable. The conjunction of art, anatomy, biology and architecture is well-documented. I am very glad I read this impressive book!"
By Augustus Prime on Amazon.com, March 2012
Design and Intuition: Structures, Interiors and the Mind unravels veiled relationships observed by the author which are present in some important architecture and crafts. These designs are thoroughly analyzed in the book, and the author explains them with the help of illustrations and discussion.
As the book unfolds a cultural phenomenon emerges. Architectural evocations in other crafts reflect that the public has its own dialogue with design. The attachments and responses of the public to design are many times a phenomenon worthy of being analyzed. The book gives out interesting findings about the mind and how it transforms design.
This book is a gateway to understanding the transformations that result from the interplay between design and culture. It will interest designers, researchers and insightful lay readers who appreciate unforgettable design.