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You might think you’d recognize him if you passed him on the street, but you wouldn’t.He’s not particularly tall, is well built and bald(ish), has two-day-old stubble and dresses like dads do on weekends — navy polo shirt, canvas trousers, desert boots.He collects point’n’shoot cars — the kind that are hewn from a single block of aluminum. So he headed to Newcastle Polytechnic to study industrial design.He has a few Bentleys and a natty 1960s Aston Martin DB4 in a silvery blue. His work there — notably a telephone and a hearing aid — was so good it was exhibited at the Design Museum in London.“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.
He lives there with his British wife, Heather Pegg, a writer and historian, and their twin sons. He and his design team have only been seen in public once: in London two years ago when they all turned up to accept a prestigious D&AD design award.
It was his teenage love of cars that made Ive decide to become a designer. After leaving Newcastle, he went to work for Roberts Weaver group, the London design agency that had sponsored him through college.
When he left school, he checked out a few car-design courses in London, including one at the Royal College. He left a year later to join Tangerine, a new design agency in the capital’s Hoxton Square.
We use Jonathan Ive’s products to help us to eat, drink and sleep, to work, travel, relax, read, listen and watch, to shop, chat, date and have sex. It had not rained properly in California for months but that morning the clouds rolled off the Pacific, turning the Golden Gate Bridge black.
Many of us spend more time with his screens than with our families. For years, Ive’s natural shyness, coupled with the secrecy bordering on paranoia of his employer, Apple, has meant we have known little about the man who shapes the future, with such innovations as the i Mac, the i Pod, the i Phone and the i Pad. Interstate 280 South to Silicon Valley was a river of water, instead of the usual lava streaks of stop-start SUVs.
He inherited his craftsman’s skills from his father, Michael.