the past month.
the past month.
We might turn it into a monthly issue so, if you liked it, you’ll be happy to know that there will be a new session soon.
A development > We really feel like interacting with holograms on our phones, similar to what they do in Avatar. What seemed impossible is now almost reality.
A restaurant > If you want to know how restaurants in 2050 will look like, we recommend you to take a good look at Sublimotion. They have anticipated and choose to combine food with design, technology and virtual reality. It should be mandatory to wear our shoes for such an experience ;-)
A design > After clicking here, you’ll want to forget aeroplanes and always travel always by mothership. It’s the closest thing to traveling by the Millennium Falcon that we've seen so far. We need to try it!
A robot > Androids take to the streets of Dubai. It might seem a film’s plot but it’s not fiction: androids are part of the police squad in this city and you can inform them of, for example, an UFO approaching you.
A festival > We’re counting the days for Sónar to arrive. Those who listen to electronic music will understand the wish we have to see Justice, Nicolas Jaar and Soulwax. It only remains for us to decide which Muroexe we’ll take with us and we’re ready to enjoy without foot pain!
See you with more inspiration next month.
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The inspiration-busters of Muroexe
The future is today. With each design we make clear our vision of the future: minimalism, innovation, and innovation. But what does the future look like to you?
We like to take things a step further (we can’t help it), so we decided to head out to look for the answers. We rounded up a programmer, an astronomer, an educator, a chef, an architect and a journalist so they could tell us what their future looked like. And this is precisely the thrilling central theme of the campaign for our third model: Army.
About ten months ago, when we didn’t even have the first sketches on our table yet, we knew that we wanted to dress all those young visionary professionals, the ones who don’t go for the most obvious routes and are always leading the way.
Many of you had been asking us for a sportier model for a while, but one that maintained our values of minimalism and functionality. So we thought that this was the perfect moment to make a shoe that was by and for you. We heard you and today it’s ready to hit the street.
In the end Army has gone from being a project to becoming something very, very tangible. What started out as a shoe is now an entire movement and a resounding call to #dothefuture. Many have joined us already. How about you? Discover them here.