Air Max 1 doesn’t seem to matter to the building, but it’s quite a source. Air Max 1 designer Tinker Hatfield used to have an architect background. The Air Max 1 “Centre Pompidou” Pack, inspired by the Pompidou Centre, will soon be a tribute to the Tinker Hatfield architect’s plot.
The George Pompidou National Centre for the Arts and Culture is located in Paris, France, and is known for its intricate pipeline structure. Compared to the traditional art represented by the Louvre, the Centre Pompidou is the culmination of modern architecture in Paris. The two sets of color schemes are named “By Day” and “By Night”, and the color scheme of the prototype is vividly displayed to show the different scenes of the Nike Air Max 1 Centre Pompidou day and night!
The shoes are made of multi-material stitching shoes. The white Air Max 1 “By Day” white enamel is white with a light gray tone scheme. Swoosh is blue and embellished with red, yellow and blue lines on the body. Colorful pipe elements in the Centre Pompidou.
In contrast, Air Max 1 “By Night” is a dark, dark gray and silvery gray night, which makes people feel like a huge museum under the night. At the same time, under the two-color matching translucent outsole, there is a specially designed colored strip pattern, which once again represents the iconic pipe feature of the art center, while the middle “P” logo has three meanings: Paris, Pompidou and Pipes.