Source: Dezeen

The empty space between the sole, heel and floor, exploited designer Tea Petrovic, for her graduating project at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo and she created a collection of ten pairs of  high heels that flirt with art, fashion and architecture.

The high heel becomes the protagonist of this project, which aims to create a new concept of high heels. Inspired by the work of  late russian sculptorNaum Gabo and spanish architect  Santiago Calatrava, Tea multiplies, intercepts and rotates 2D surfaces, achieving a 3D figure, underlined by the white colour used throughout the entire collection.