Tag Archives: new york

Downtown Shoes New York


Rate This Concept Now!

Designer: Downtown Shoes New York

Category: Shoes

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: In shoes design & production, if designers look for extraordinary, they need to make everything special because overall harmonious experience means getting a great number of variables flawless. From the logo to the stitches, from the Downtown Signature to the special molded brown outsole and red sole with their unique details and color harmony, Downtown shoes design offers the unique experience that makes a truly beautiful difference.

 Whether you wear corduroy pants, jeans, fabric pants or even sportswear, Downtown shoes offer a wide range of uses day & night. Genuine suede for all the models also adds a great value as the chosen material to the shoes’ versatility and elegance.

Downtown shoes cover your feet smoothly because of its genuine flexible suede surface. Downtown shoes also offer “red comfort soles”, which touches the ground with a sports shoes feeling, yet having a beautiful stylish look.

Design and material are essential for the quality of the shoes, however, great shoes are only complete when there is detailed and precise craftsmanship. One can easily feel the quality of the suede, finishings and stitching with Downtown Shoes. You can literally smell the quality of labor and genuine suede as you hold the Downtown shoes for the first time.

Downtown shoes offer high durability with high quality material, specially molded flexible outsoles, finishings and red stitches that combine durability with design.

Visit This Concept At Downtown Shoes New York

Advertisements

The Lowline


Rate This Concept Now!

Designer: James Ramsey of Raad Studio

Categories: Technology | Architecture

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: The Lowline is a plan to use innovative solar technology to illuminate an historic trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of New York City. The vision is to create a stunning underground park, providing a beautiful respite and a cultural attraction in one of the world’s most dense, exciting urban environments.

the proposed solar technology involves the creation of a “remote skylight.” In this approach, sunlight passes through a glass shield above the parabolic collector, and is reflected and gathered at one focal point, and directed underground. Sunlight is transmitted onto a reflective surface on the distributor dish underground, transmitting that sunlight into the space. This technology would transmit the necessary wavelengths of light to support photosynthesis, enabling plants and trees to grow. During periods of sunlight, electricity would not be necessary to light the space. In September 2012, the Lowline team built a full scale prototype of the technology in an abandoned warehouse in the Lower East Side, for the “Imagining the Lowline” exhibit. The exhibit attracted thousands of visitors, was heavily covered by the press and ultimately served as a proof of concept.

Visit This Concept At The Lowline