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“Steve and I spent months and months working on a part of a product that, often, nobody would ever see, nor realize was there,” Ive grins.
But he quickly became disillusioned working for clients he didn’t like or whose values he didn’t share. But when Steve Jobs, who had been ousted in 1985, returned to try to save the firm in 1996, he spotted Ive’s talent and the two men set out on their maniacal journey to remake what they saw as the bland, lazy world around them.
But there was one Tangerine client Ive admired: Apple, for which he had started working as a consultant. Ive works in a design studio in a building on one corner of Apple’s campus at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino, the firm’s address.
He came up with the early designs for a portable computer that became the Powerbook in 1991. It looks like all the other dull, un-Apple-like glass and beige — yes, beige — concrete blocks. The glass is opaque and no-one other than Ive, his core team and top Apple executives is allowed in.
He speaks slowly and softly in an Essex accent totally unaffected by living in America for more than two decades.
“I can’t even bring myself to say math, instead of maths, so I say mathematics. Ive is in a good mood today — and not just because he’s celebrating his 47th birthday.