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Orishiki, the geometric bag by Naoki Kawamoto

Design, Fashion | October 29, 2013 |

Naoki Kawamoto  Orishiki by Naoki Kawamoto 

Orishiki, the geometric bag by Naoki Kawamoto

Orishiki is a single piece carrying device made of triangular shaped segments that can fold, unfold, and wrap up in just a few moves. The principle of Orishiki can be applied to just about any kind of carrying device, from big pieces of luggage, to accessories such women’s handbags and clutches. Also, Orishiki can be multiplied into smaller bags, by having groups of facets that can be detached and folded.

 Naoki KawamotoOrishiki by Naoki Kawamoto

Orishiki is a hybrid word composed of ‘Ori ‘, taken from Origami, and ‘Shiki’ taken from Furoshiki, Japanese traditional wrapping cloth which is large enough to wrap and transport goods and gifts, as well as wearing them as scarves. The material and system are quite unique which is way combined folding and swallowing up volume inside. There is big possibility of many way to use the system on many different type of luggage in the future.

 Naoki KawamotoOrishiki by Naoki Kawamoto

With Orishiki, you don’t need to pack and unpack, because you have a nomadic piece of interior architecture that allows you to carry a patch of your own habitat anywhere. Sleek, functional and anonymous, the exterior allows it to pass through the hubbub of global cities while protecting and concealing the interior: a sculpturally personalized, soft layer of exquisitely patterned silk.

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