biz eyes explores individuality and taste with 3D printed detachable spectacles
all images courtesy of nasim sehat
designer and architect nasim sehat creates ‘biz eyes’, a collection of 3D printed eyewear with detachable spectacles. the series results from the close examination of cosmopolitan needs to express and dare individuality. sehat’s abstract notion of fashion present in her designs, derives from popular culture, music and comic books, villains and superheroes.
genesis – lili
‘biz eyes’ is composed of a base frame made from a sturdy transparent resin where you can attach a series of different 3D printed spectacles that range from ovals to spikes to geometrical compositions and more. thanks to the interlocking joints, an easy exchange of styles can be made by turning them 25 degrees and screwing another pair on. ‘biz eyes’ now has two different collections available: genesis and cream on chrome. the first explores the circle as a form and its different variations in an organic way, as well as a wide variety of colors like aquamarine, fuchsia, pearl gray and many more. cream on chrome, on the other hand, maintains a two-color palette and examines different geometrical compositions.
genesis – fer’gol
‘biz eyes’ gives the user a chance to adapt and change, interpret and reinterpret, express and explore themselves through the use of an accessory that has become so vital in our cosmopolitan lives.
genesis – sirgo
genesis – odle
genesis – voli’go
cream on chrome – boa’che
cream on chrome – can’can
cream on chrome – por
cream on chrome – zer’can
cream on chrome – can’che
custom detachable spectacles
edited by: juliana neira | designboom