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DALLAS 1, DALLAS 2, DALLAS 3 / Stratum substance plate from bark cloth

DALLAS 1, DALLAS 2, DALLAS 3
DALLAS 1, DALLAS 2, DALLAS 3

Discipline: Material

Discipline: Material

BREE’s aim with this design was to create a new
image in the travel luggage sector. This led to
transport containers made of top quality polypropylene
felt, a material that is extremely light and
at the same time tough.
The design of the containers is characterised by clear,
simple forms, with striking reinforcing piping on the
surfaces. These features are popular in the industrial
processing of sheet metal, particularly petrol cans,
to which the design refers. The outer technical
appearence is set off by discreet inner fittings
consisting of a lightweight drawstring cover.
The container can be used as both travel luggage
and storage box in the home.

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