All You Need
The idea was to make a case that keeps all your most important items organized and easy to reach. For example if you are traveling, it is handy to have all the important items, like your mobile phone, passport and pay cards in one safe place.
The idea for the mesh pocket came from a real life situation. Often when I tried to call my wife, she didn't answer because she didn't hear her phone that was in her bag.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
All You Need is an organizer for the essential items you use everyday. For instance a mobile phone, credit cards and some cash fit all perfectly in it. The mesh pocket behind the small window is especially handy for a mobile phone as you can easily hear and see the phone ring through it.The case is designed to be adaptive and suit several uses.Thanks to its compact size the case fits conveniently in a bag or briefcase, what makes it perfect e.g. for traveling.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The case has several pockets for keeping the items organized. The mesh pocket is perfect for a mobile phone, as you can easily hear or see the phone ringing through the small window in the front of the case. The small pockets on the other side fit for example credit cards or business cards, and the wider one is for anything else, like money, pencils etc. Additionally there is a secret space under these pockets, where you can keep tickets, receipts etc.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The design project started in the beginning of February in Lahti, Finland. The final product was made in the end of February.
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The organizer is made of recycled leather, which is a durable and sustainable material. There are several color options for the leather, and black or white for the details. The case is also available with a trendy cork surface.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Dimensions: 210 mm x 20 mm x 110 mm
case, organizer, purse, recycled leather, cork, stationery, sustainable, mobile phone, credit card, business card
Research was done in form of several prototypes.
Most challenging about this project was to decide how to use the space as effectively as possible, to make the most of the small product.
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Image #1: Photographer Teemu Töyrylä, 2017
Image #2: Photographer Teemu Töyrylä, 2017
Image #3: Photographer Teemu Töyrylä, 2017
Image #4: Photographer Teemu Töyrylä, 2017
Image #5: Photographer Teemu Töyrylä, 2017