Sac by Thibaut Quittet

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Industrial designers Thibaut Quittet played with the basic forms and properties of a bag and came up with a collection called Sac, including pieces that promote an object’s sustainability and function without sacrificing its level of efficiency. Each sac has its own unique use while minimizing the amount of packing the consumer bring back, all pieces are made with cotton fabric, leather and polyester. For example, one particular piece is made to carry fruits, using a folding system in reference to Japanese origami techniques, this bag can be transformed into a bowl at home to present the fruits on the table. Another piece uses the traditional milk pouch packaging design to form a vessel that’s convenient for pouring and storage.

 

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