Recently designed modern products and solutions congruent with the modern dynamic lifestyle. What do they have in common? They are easy to assemble, disassemble, transport and store, they are light weight, small size, minimalistic and ergonomic.
Special shoes, helmets, pads, sails, rockets - they enable daring exploration into difficult-to-access areas and hammering records. They give us abilities which were not given to us by nature. They make our lives easier, but only in specific situations, in any other situation they are hindrances. They are our additional limbs, which we cannot hide like an insect closing its wings.
The In Motion exhibition presents innovative products and solutions congruent with today's dynamic lifestyle. The equipment is dedicated to the individual user and is characterized by bold approach in the search for a proper response to those needs. All the designs have been designed and manufactured in the past few years. What do they have in common? They are easy to assemble, disassemble, transport and store, they are light weight, small size, minimalistic and ergonomic.
Will every active person in the near future have a backpack full of ultra-light, well-designed, foldable-products preparing them for every possible condition? Or will we abandon the willingness to own and move closer to the idea of sharing? Perhaps both of these directions will intertwine. It is also possible that the desire to achieve nature-like perfection will lead to the sports equipment - today having the form of "attachments" to human bodies and "additional organs" – to be permanently mounted in our bodies. This would give us full liberty and freedom as they would become another human hand, leg, wing or fin.