Softness and support are contradictory. The designer realizes that a single shoe cannot achieve the strength of exercise. Shoes with multiple layers of material or hard materials are not comfortable. Inspired by the architectural structure, the designer designed a scaffolding model that combines functionality and aesthetics on a soft material basis to achieve a balance between support and softness, and decided to adopt the concept of mechanical aesthetics to enhance the futuristic look.
The project stemmed from a need to design shoes for real women. Focus in the design of these shoes was the application of industrial designs to create a shoe that caters to all women's body types, concentrating on women with wide feet in particular, but still reflecting a unique taste. Constructing what appears to be an architectural object, with its bronze brass, gave the designer room to play with technical details such as the small V-shape at the front, which provides a more comfortable fit.
Walk of mind pioneers shoe hybrid fabrication design concept and explores a new approach to shoe design accompanied with new terminology. Using an originative shoe layering Compound method that retraces the known base hierarchy of function and shape in Shoe layers. Walk of mind bridges gaps between Modern digital technology and old-world craftsmanship while weaving together Nylon 12 polymer and vegetable-tanned leather. The shoe design process begins with Personal customization by using a digital scan of a Certain foot. The design can be adjusted to any foot, depends on the scanned model.
This unique design is constructed utilizing a pointed-toe and 100mm heels to define the desired structure and allure. Embellished with care, the product uses clean-cut silhouettes and meticulous chrome closure mechanisms to translate the authenticity with which the pair can be altered with absolute ease. Meshing smooth and grainy premium leather with a technical understanding of hardware placement, The Gemini Rebirth offers flexibility to completed design outlines.
Trying to protect the ecosystem and the environment, as well as to leave beautiful mother earth for future generations, Ccilu spent 5 years developing GreenPlax technology and created the first-ever footwear collection made primarily out of plastic bottles retrieved from the oceans. The recycled plastic bottles are used for every major component in the shoes, uppers, insoles, and outsoles, turns the hazardous wastes into green material, moreover, the GeenPlax is bottomed-up with 100+ independent and resilient dots to deliver barefoot comfort.
While defining an object as footwear; main signal is its footbed. So if you want to design a slipper which is not look like an ordinary slipper; you should hide its footbed. In consideration of this idea "foldable slipper" has been created which offers an unexpected storage and usage experience by rolling. This product is for indoor places. It can be thought as a promotional/marketing product for companies such as; hotels, beauty parlour, fitness/wellness center etc.