So being #1 in the world vs #2 in the world has no advantage in terms of seeding draw (obviously prestige of being #1 but for winning a tournament it doesn't provide an edge).
To make lives of No.1 and No. 2 seeded/ranked players easy so they have a higher chance of meeting in the final, this is the way to go, but they will be knowing who exactly they will be meeting at the QF, SF, F stages.
QFs - 1 seed vs. 8 seed (A), 2 vs. 7 (B), 3 vs. 6 (C) and 4 vs. 5 (D)
SFs - A vs. D (I), B vs. C (II)
Fs - I vs. II
No.1 will have 8, 5, 4 and No.2 will have 7, 6, 3 on their sides of the draw.
The draw for 1R, 2R, 3R, 4R can be random and it should not affect results that much.