Think about what you bring with you on a trip. The collection of miscellaneous items tends to, for the most part, define you in that moment, based on what you wear and what you need on a day-to-day basis. The Hanemaai Home Tool has been designed to explore the ideas of identity and necessity as an object that can be a stationary shelf or used as luggage.
Available in two sizes, the larger with compartments and backpack straps, the curious suitcases have been manufactured from bent beechwood. The ribbon of material defines the depth of each and provides a sturdy structure with soft rounded corners. Black elastics that stretch across the frames serve to keep items inside of the Hanemaai 'My Infinite Home Tool.' This enables you to actually use the trunks to transport your things, despite the absence of encompassing fabric.
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