The Dutch designer talks about a collection of suitcases he created for an Italian luggage and bag company.
Here are two great videos from designboom featuring the renowned Dutch designer Marcel Wanders, in which he discusses his ‘saint-jacques’ collection of suitcases for the Italian company Fabbricapelleteriemilano. Wanders reflects upon the functional needs a new suitcase must address, such as aesthetic approaches, the material demands of traveling, and strict airline restrictions. The first video focuses on the importance of surface and rethinking ‘newness’ in discussing the design of his’ ‘saint-jacques’ luggage trolley:
In this second video, Wanders talks about the approaches people take to design and aesthetics, and the process behind his own product: