Built from four triangles equal in pairs, but of different size and assembled in a non-alternating way. The seams hide two zippers, one accessing the main body and another an auxiliary pocket. The ring holes allow the handle to be attached in different ways creating different ways of wearing the bag: with a short handle, as a cross body bag, on the shoulder, backwards, forwards, on the left or right ...
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Availability date: 01/01/2050
... being a Carcaj bag type, it should always be worn behind the arm, thus covering the longer zipper in its shoulder version, and as a satchel trying that the zipper pull always remain hidden.
Handle 67 to 118cm.
Cow leather nappa type, soave or marco.
|History||One of the most recurring design exercises in our way of working is the manipulation of geometric shapes to get original volumes that adapt to the user in different and practical ways (not only ergonomically, but also in the use made of the bag). In this case, the stress is placed in the bags container element and how it adapts to the body, while integrating the handle as holding element. We went from bags that are rings or straps around the body, to emphasizing the containing elements volume.|
|The collection||Tetraedros caprichosos: a collection of bags resulting from assembling four irregular triangles, whose bases have been previously manipulated to get additional vertexes. Its sides have been redrawn to achieve pieces where the original triangles are not distinguished.|