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Brief Published: 25 Jul 2012

My Infinite Home Tool


Dutch designer Jolien Hanemaaijer, who founded design company Hanemaai, has designed My Infinite Home Tool – a cross between a suitcase and a shelving unit that allows users to carry their belongings easily and display them on arrival. 

Designed as part of the Future Travels project, the product was inspired by Hanemaaijer’s personal experiences of travelling and his understanding of the home.

Hanemaaijer aims to encourage travellers to reassess what they carry and only take what is important and truly valuable to them by making these items visible during travelling and on arrival.

Manufactured in Europe, the bentwood frame has leather detailing. Adjustable elastic bands secure the items inside.

An indoor tent makes up the other half of the Future Travels project. Both products were shown earlier this year at DMY Berlin (June 6-10 2012).

My Infinite Home Tool