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Beuys Shoes
       
     
Beuys Shoes

Fascinated by a working glove whose inside was covered with a thin layer of rubber, Vera Roggli started doing experiments with the Material UR3440.  In collaboration with Studio Roderick Pieters, Vera Roggli developed a small collection of shoes, consisting of a sandal and a slip-in shoe („Beuys-Slip-In“ & „Beuys-Sandalettes“).

The idea was to make a shoe without stitched seams. The shoes were developed by only using two components - leather and rubber. It is the rubber that holds the shoe together.

Materials used for shoes: Calf Leather, UR3440

 

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