This chapter covers the following topics:
The Park [Central Park, New York City] throughout is a single work of art, and as such subject to the primary law of every work of art, namely, that it shall be framed upon a single, noble motive, to which the design of all its parts, in some more or less subtle way, shall be confluent and helpful.
|--Calvert Vaux, report submitted with Greensward Plan, awarded first prize by the Board of Commissioners of the Central Park, 1858|
Good Design keeps the user happy.
|--Raymond Loewy, industrial designer, recalled on his death July ...|