An appealing design that serves its purpose is great. I'm interested in designing things that tell a story and ask a question; that concern themselves with something; that stretch the concept of "purpose" like a sinew.
"Constellation" is a pub lamp. It is a parable of a ritual whose meaning and purpose lie in the repetition of a question.
A painting is like a naked body: fascinating, amazing, beautiful, arousing. And clothes can be to the body what a picture frame is to a painting, can't they? But can a wardrobe also be a picture frame?