Ada 1.0

Models for Everyone

The first life-size prototype of ADA created together with Open Style Lab represents different postures and movements that mimic wheelchair users, arm and leg amputees, and individuals with curvature in their upper back that’s typically due to aging, injury or illness. Creating different body types with flexible motion and assembly was key for practical implementation in stores and exhibitions. ADA is assembled by utilizing scrap and reclaimed wood, in order to highlight the fashion industry’s need to become more plastic-free.

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Ada 1.0

Models for Everyone

The first life-size prototype of ADA created together with Open Style Lab represents different postures and movements that mimic wheelchair users, arm and leg amputees, and individuals with curvature in their upper back that’s typically due to aging, injury or illness. Creating different body types with flexible motion and assembly was key for practical implementation in stores and exhibitions. ADA is assembled by utilizing scrap and reclaimed wood, in order to highlight the fashion industry’s need to become more plastic-free.