Thursday, April 17, 2008

Prêt-A-Porter Architecture

Ever wondered about architecture's dissonance with the end user?
Challenging the uncomfortable haute-couture feel of some architectural and urban design projects, Archisuits designed a series of jogging suits made for specific architectural structures in Los Angeles. "The suits include the negative space of the structures and allow a wearer to fit into, or onto, structures designed to deny them." Tells you a lot about (st)architecture and us, civilians.
story & illustration via Curbed LA