Exhibition of Studio Projects


Martina Wimmerová


The buckle čOčka is an elegant minimalist accessory. Most women‘s belts use a buckle based on the principle of a prong passing through holes. The čOčka uses a completely new way of fastening. Securing the belt in the wanted position is achieved by firmly pressing it into the body of the buckle using an eccentric lever. Easy flipping of the lever between the relaxed and tightened position is made possible by a large round lens that is connected to the lever. At the same time, it is the dominant visual element of the buckle. The shape of the buckle is inspired by the building of the Brazilian Parliament Palácio do Congresso Nacional designed by the architect Oscar Niemeyer.

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