In today's world ships are far too 'cubic'. Bows and sterns are getting shorter, hulls are becoming shorter than the cabin decks they carry etc. I think that archictects of today and the future, which I hope to be part of, can borrow certain aesthetic qualities from Titanic and her sisters. Qualities like a long bow and stern, an impressive hull in terms of proportion, open bridge wings, a vertical bow (even if they are illegal) etc. Cruise liners are just too 'blocky' and well white!