Dealing with complexities of natural forms, their manufacturability at the same time satisfying the customers psychological needs always remained a great challenge for industrial designers. Due to the complexities of natural forms, designers often face a problem in analyzing and extracting the design elements for product form . Designing a product form is based on the designers experience and intuition. Therefore, many times it is difficult to design a product which exactly meets customer psychological needs [33,34,35]. According to Kamehkhosh et al. “designers usually reduce complex forms to their basic geometries and proportions, in order to find orders in their complexity and to harmonize them with their design paradigms. We believe that this common vision to the nature, deprive us from perceiving its reality” . Maintaining a balance between natural inspirational form and abstractive form is a challenge for both novice as well as professional designers. Degree of abstraction of a bios form is an important factor in consumer pleasure as less abstractive bios forms have higher pleasure response than those with more abstractive form .