Designed by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto, the Nike Flyknit Collective installation demonstrates the fluidity and strength of the brand's revolutionary material. Flyknit is a hybrid material that is made of engineered yarn, providing athletes precise fits and a lightweight composition.
The shoes worn by a number of Olympic athletes is constructed using the Flyknit technology. The interactive installation is the brand's way of educating the public about the durability and other sustainable elements of this distinctive material. The woven playground invites passing patrons to enter its web-like environment and put the material to its limits. Whether you want to bounce around or hang from up above, the Flyknit textile is sure to keep you secured.
The colorful and fluorescent Nike Flyknit Collective installation is currently situated at London's 1984 space.