Apple’s design guru, Jony Ive, is about to receive another major award as recognizes his work in the field of industrial design and the great impact it has had on the lives of millions of people around the world. On this occasion it is the San Francisco Museum of Art who wants to reward the renowned designer.
Thus, Apple’s senior vice president of design has been selected by the MOMA of the Californian city based on the great successes he has achieved in his life . Thus, at a dinner to be held at the end of October this year, Jony Ive will be awarded in front of numerous personalities at the Bay Area Tresaure awards in 2014.
Here we can see the mention made to Jony Ive by the director of the San Francisco Museum of Art:
With an important collection of consumer electronic devices of the 20th and 21st century, the department is fully committed to the long-term research of collecting, maintaining and interpreting the contributions made by great designers of the bay , such as Jony Ive.
Jony Ive will share the award with George Lucas, Lawrence Halprin or the Richard Serra
The Apple designer will not be alone, but will share the award given by the MOMA with other great figures of the artistic panorama such as the filmmaker George Lucas, Lawrence Halprin or Richard Serra. Without a doubt, another award for Ive’s shelf, which already holds some very special prizes, such as that of being knighted by Queen Elizabeth II .
As we can see in Appadvice, Ive’s influence has grown significantly at Apple over the last few years, taking over the reins of the company’s operating system and, according to the latest rumours, completely redesigning the next OS X 10.10 . Will she have managed to do the same as with iOS 7 last year?