A plan (with more or less detail) for the structure and functions of an artifact, building or system. (noun)
A pattern, as an element of a work of art or architecture. (noun)
The composition of a work of art. (noun)
Intention or plot. (noun)
The shape or appearance given to an object, especially one that is intended to make it more attractive. (noun)
The art of designing (noun)
Examples of word design
He says that, even though in practice inferring design is the first step in identifying an intelligent agent, taken by itself _design does not require that such an agent be posited.
Every fragment of life has its completing part somewhere, given its place in the scheme of the universe by intricate design -- always by _design!
"Professor Haeckel maintains," says Mr. Wallace, "_that the struggle for existence in nature evolves new forms without design, just as the will of man produces new varieties in cultivation with design_."
The inference of intelligence from marks of design in nature is not one of analogy, but of strict and proper _induction_; and accordingly we must either deny that there are marks of _design_ in nature, thereby discarding the _analogy_, or do violence to our own reason by resisting the fundamental law of causality, thereby discarding the inductive inference.
It may be how the Nu Gundam is a very solid design in the first place, making the converted Rebornnu Gundam looking more attractive now than the original Reborns Gundam, in Gundam 00 style mecha design~