Sunday, March 07, 2010


Naim Josefi and Souzan Youssouf of Stockholm's two most prestigious design schools, Beckmans & Konstfack, have collaborated to produce these architecturally awe-inspiring & completely wearable shoes.

3D printed in polyamide, they formed five pairs for Naim's "Melonia" Collection, shown during the Stockholm Fashion Show earlier this month.

The concept for the shoes call for further exploration in ever-developing rapid prototyping processes. The pair envisage a world in which we could produce and recycle such objects in a closed loop.

Images from Naim's own homepage. Well worth a look & remember this is a student!

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