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Brief Published: 16 Jun 2011

Yo Do Bag


London-based design studio We Do Studio has designed and built a bag-making machine that uses Kvadrat fabrics and Bemis adhesive technology to produce a stitchless, heat-pressed bag.

The bag is shaped from two reams of fabric pressed together using a square clamp that incorporates a thermoplastic film – bonding the fabrics together. Visitors to the studio can then participate in the final process by cutting their own bag from the line.