Suited Case

09 novembre 2009 | Design, par

Presque dédié à ceux qui ne tiennent pas en place lors des longues attentes pendant leur voyages et qui ont l’habitude de s’asseoir sur leur valise, le designer Erik De Nijs du studio NieuweHeren a imaginé le concept Suited Case, un ensemble de bagagerie dont les différents élements peuvent rapidement s’assembler pour former un petit sofa. Composé de 4 bagages, deux grandes valises, un trolley et un sac à dos, l’idée est plutôt originale et décalée. Toutes les images dans la suite !

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Plus de détails en images dans la galerie



Description originale

The ‘suited case’ is a project which is inspired on the idea of people waiting during their trip. People often go and rest sitting on their suitcases, that is the starting point of this design. I created a living room couch which is built from a suitcase set. The set is meant for 2 people, consists of 2 pieces of hand luggage and 2 pieces of large luggage. These parts of the set can be put together as a couch at all times when there is waiting involved. So you take your own comfortable living room couch with you on your trip. This concept came from a research on nostalgia during travelling. When a familiar object from home is taken with you on a trip you feel much more at ease. And which object is more familiar then your own comfortable couch. The fabrics which are used to cover the suit cases emphasize the homely feeling. I searched for a combination of fabrics which amplify each other and which create a prominent image. By using prints on the large luggage and the pad on the hand luggage I tried to put down a lively picture. Finally there are some typical suitcase elements, like a big zipper, handles and wheels. These elements show the suitcases when the couch is constructed.

Credits & copyright Erik De Nijs / NieuweHerenvia

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  1. musso

    comment tienne les deux valises en dossier?
    peut on s’appuyer dessus?

  2. Gooz

    design criminel

  3. marc

    C’est excellent… quelle facilité pour un déménagement …

  4. Pierre

    Je forwarde direct à ma mamie, elle aime les zolies fleurs