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the transformable dress would like to achieve maximum flexibility of growth and continuous change. The idea of this piece of cloth that can be wearing in as many positions as the unlimited imagination of the user was created for a pregnant friend. The dress will adapt to the body transitions through nine months and could be use before and after.









Both fashion and architecture express ideas of personal, social and cultural identity, reflecting the concerns of the user and the ambition of the age. Their relationships are a symbiotic one, and through history clothing and buildings have echoed each other in form and appearance. This seems only natural as they not only share the primary function of providing shelter and protection for the body, but also because they both create space and volume out of flat, two-dimensional materials. Both address the human scale, but the proportions, sizes and shapes differ enormously.

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