05. 07. 2005
Marloes ten Bhomer is a shoe-architect, her creations surround the feet, have heels that cantilever and curtain-wall toes. She uses polyurethane resin, "leather-mache," or foam but her favorite material is carbon fiber, standard in bicycles, chairs, crutches, and the upper bodies of cars.
"Not only do materials and methods make a shoe look different, but they also change the way you walk-and think," explains ten Bh/dmer. I have no doubt about that!
Via Interior Design.