A shoe to assemble, disassemble and reassemble
SEMBLE is a shoe concept that focuses on the interlocking of different elements and materials in a reversible connection. Instead of a sole and an upper sewn and/or glued together, it shifts into a combination of sole(s) and sock(s), offering a variety of ever new arrangements. This not only avoids problems of shoe recycling, but also invites consumers to creatively redesign and adapt their shoes to their individual wishes and needs. During the day comfortable with a good hold, at night elegant and fine. In summer airy and refreshing, whilst in winter cozy and warm.
weißensee kunsthochschule berlin
Clara Santos Thomas
Clara Santos Thomas recently finished her BA in textile and surface design at weißensee kunsthochschule berlin with her project „SEMBLE“. Through a special interest in human interaction and perception, she questions the limits of textile construction for a sustainable future. In her work, she tries to question existing structures, shapes and gestures through a constant dialogue between analysis and experimentation in digital and analog processes.