Wearables and identity are very much related. When it comes to splints, the wearer’s choice is quite limited. Often massive and unaesthetic, splint is synonyme of condition.

Minimal is a collection of splints that takes the opposite stance. As few material as possible, lines as simple as possible. The wearable becomes an unstigmatised accessory, while staying affordable.

The use of recycled copper is sustainable, inexpensive, and a nod to the fact that in our organism, copper is essential to the good health of connective tissue.

Soldering pieces of copper together lives a silver line. To hide the connections and embrace the color mix, each splint incorporates silver pieces. In this way, the silver line is extended to a silver piece. In other words, the technical constraint is fully assumed and used as part of the design.