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3D Printed Square Toe Mules

3D Printed Square Toe Mules

Designed and 3D printed in London, the inspiration for these mules came from the production process itself. Taking cues from London street style, the algorithmic modelling allows each pair to be printed differently so that no two pairs are the same.

Entirely composed of TPE, a fully recyclable rubber-like material, Mario tested over thirty different 3D filaments before settling on this one. Flexible for comfort, resistant to abrasion and 100% non-toxic, these shoes can also be fully recycled and turned back into 3D printing filaments.

100% recyclable. Only 30 printed.

This product is exclusively available for pre-order. All pre-orders will be packed and prepared for shipping on November 30th.

Regular price $169.00 USD
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Rubber composite
Designed and 3D printed in London, entirely composed of TPE, a fully recylable rubber-like material.


single foot: 30x10x10 cm

Shipping & Returns

We offer UK and International shipping for fees calculated at checkout. Please allow 7 business days for UK orders and 14 business days for international orders from when your order was placed to receive. All orders are dispatched directly from our store in Hammersmith, London. Returns are accepted up to 14 days after receipt of goods. All shipping costs and import duties/taxes associated with returns are the responsibility of the customer.

Unfortunately we are unable to ship to the following locations: Africa, Antarctica, Afghanistan, Belarus, Central African, Congo, Christmas Island, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, Yemen, Zimbabwe, Ireland, and Bahrain.

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Meet the Creative

Body Amplification Devices - Mario Serrano Puche

Mario Serrano Puche is an accessory designer based in London. Educated in both architecture and experimental design, he uses digital tools like 3D printing and visual coding to translate the shapes and textures of today’s zeitgeist into geometric form. Under his studio, Body Amplification Devices, he creates sustainable footwear and accessories through 3D printing.


Atelier100 is championing independent creatives, makers and manufacturers with interesting and original concepts. We want to spotlight local design and production, so all our collaborators are based within 100km of Central London. All the products on our website are also for sale at the Atelier100 store in Hammersmith, London.