Polish designer Iga Węglińska designs objects on the border between fashion and industrial design, for her the garments are sculptures, works of art exhibited by the wearer. Her latest project is a collection of conceptual women's shoes.
The collection does not stray from the central philosophy of the designers concentrated on the shape and material, but also emotions and deconstructivist design philosophy.
The project began with a 3D scan of a traditional shoe, which was then used as the basis for CNC milling and 3D printing. from there, Iga Węglińska collaborated with a chemist to create a custom elastic polymer that would meet the needs of various designs. Additionally, two of the pairs were constructed using a composite of concrete and PLA plastic. Seemingly defying the laws of gravity, each pair represents a detachment from the conventions and aesthetics of the past.