Designer Mora-Sanches Intends to Create 3D-Printed Wearable Textiles that Relate to Movement

Published by , August 8, 2017 2:35 am

(CosineAdditive)   Maria Alejandra Mora-Sanches thesis focuses on designing flexible, adaptable, fashionable patterns. Her intent is to explore the possibilities of creating wearable ‘textiles’ with structures that are designed in relation to function and materialization through anatomy, movement and utility. As far as additive manufacturing and the fashion industry are concerned they are mainly focused in accessories and conceptual sculptural pieces. However, these aren’t functional garments that adapt comfortably to the body and to human movement. Mora-Sanches’explorative project hopes to contribute to the future of fashion and make her pieces receptive to human movement.

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