Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Object 12-1 by Matija Čop

[all photos via Dezeen]

You know how I love the intersection of fashion and architecture, and it doesn't get any better than this. Referencing construction techniques and shapes found in Gothic architecture, there's not a stitch to be found in the Object 12-1 collection by Croatian designer Matija Čop. Instead, each garment is made from interlocking foam pieces that are laser cut and attached to one another with a series of tabs and slots.

These construction methods ensure that garments can be taken apart, rearranged and put back together on a whim. But would you really want to mess with genius?

To read more about Čop and her Object 12-1 collection, head over to Dezeen.


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