Nikeames shoe concept by Ora-Ïto

August 24th, 2014 by retail design blog

It’s not often the worlds of furniture and footwear collide, but that hasn’t stopped French designer Ora-Ïto from giving it a try. Taking the iconic Eames Lounge 670 chair – one of the most recognizable pieces of furniture of the past 100 years – as his inspiration, he set about creating a hypothetical footwear design in homage to legendary industrial designers Charles and Ray Eames. Using a GORE-TEX sock as the base, Ora-Ïto imagines thin panels of lacquered plywood being used to construct a shell of sorts, much like that of the original chair, with a thin layer of rubber running underneath as a sole. Exactly how practical that is, we’ll probably never find out, as the design is simply a concept and Nike have expressed no signs whatsoever in taking it any further. Still, if you’ve ever wondered what an armchair for your feet might look like, now you know…

http://www.highsnobiety.com/2014/08/22/ora-ito-designs-concept-nikeames-shoe-as-tribute-to-charles-and-ray-eames/#slide-1

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