Shoes Replace The Traditional High Heel Click-Clack With Atypical Sounds [Video]

Shoes Replace The Traditional High Heel Click-Clack With Atypical Sounds [Video]
Design

Play the piano with your feet, or walk on water thanks to an interesting new take on footwear.

Ross Brooks
  • 15 october 2013

Yuri Suzuki has a long-standing relationship with sound, including a taxi that transforms city noise into music and a robot that scans drawings in place of musical notation, but now the designer has turned his attention to fashionable footwear. Leading a workshop called “Sound Of The Heels,” his aim was to redesign the traditional “click-clack” sound associated with high heels.

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