Originally Posted by HipToBeSquare
Spacewilly is right.
An emotional response to a design is subjective. Liking it, or dis-liking it... being indifferent... hating it with a white-hot fury... obsessed with it like a love-sick puppy-dog... whatever. The response is subjective.
The traits of the design, the lines, the surfaces, the angles, the density of changes, the linear flow that the eye physiologically follows when looking at the design... are objective traits of the design, they are facts of the rendering, and exist regardless of the emotional response they generate with people who see it.
Apparently you missed this:
Originally Posted by spaceywilly
but they are confusing emotional attachment to a design with objectively good looks.
There is no such thing as objective good looks. That would be subjective good looks.