News: architect Norman Foster has revealed how late Apple CEO Steve Jobs called him "out of the blue" in 2009 to invite him to design the Apple Campus 2 with the words "Hi Norman, I need some help." More »
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News: a yacht built for Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs has been impounded in Amsterdam following a dispute over an unpaid bill to French designer Philippe Starck. Update 27/12/12: the boat is now free to sail again following a temporary agreement between Starck and Jobs' heirs. More »
Dezeen Wire: the "revolutionary" new product that French designer Philippe Starck claimed in a radio interview on Friday to be designing for Apple has been revealed by online technology publication AllThingsD to be a yacht for the family of late CEO Steve Jobs - AllThingsD
A spokesperson from Apple told the magazine that the company is not working on a new product or project with Starck. However the designer was working on plans for a yacht for Jobs before his death last year, to be constructed by boatbuilders Feadship.
Dezeen Wire: a teenage design student's simple and poignant graphic reworking of Apple's logo that replaces the bite out of the apple with a silhouette of Steve Jobs has generated a huge amount of online interest as well as a job offer for its designer. More »
Foster + Partners are working on the new Apple campus to be built in Cupertino, California, and released images of the design just a week before Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple in August. Read Foster's full statement below More »
Dezeen Wire: Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple, has died, the company has announced. He was 56. Apple's homepage is today dedicated to a photo of Jobs (above) and, instead of product news, hosts a short statement which starts "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being".
Dezeen Wire: following Steve Jobs' resignation as CEO of Apple yesterday, Jonathan Glancey summarises the company's influence on design for the Guardian, Cliff Kuang for Co.Design points to the hiring of British designer Jonathan Ive as Jobs' greatest moment and the Huffington Post poles readers on which Apple product best encapsulates "Jobs' design revolution."
Last week Dezeen featured Foster + Partners' design for the new Apple headquarters.