Often referred to as an architectural footwear brand, United Nude are famed for sculptural and unexpected shoe shapes, futuristic yet elegant designs that make use of a wide range of technologies and materials.

The LoRes project was an experiment in 3D scanning software, and the shoe is created from joining numerous 2D surfaces in a fragmented or pixelated pattern.
Curve Issue thirty-three, 2010
‘If the shoe fits’ by Tanya Weaver

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