A concept installation for Peak Performance. “Clothes for people ready for the unexpected, as sometimes, things are not what they seem.” The idea derived from how Peak Performance turn existing definitions and perceptions of materials upside down as their clothes are designed for the city as well as the outdoor. Using new tools and technologies they have created garments to be stylish yet warm enough to protect you in the slopes.
The shape of the mountain inspires the installation with each side having a different shaped and textured material mounted onto it. It welcomes visitors to engage with and touch each side, in order to experience something unexpected. As a Hyper Island project I worked in a team of four, being involved in the whole process from concept development to technical solution and execution.