Veasyble: Folding Paper and Polyethylene Portable Privacy

Images via Veasyble

Veasyble is "a project based on three words: isolation, intimacy and ornament. It consists of a set of wearable objects that can be converted into means of isolation, to create a personal intimacy in any environment."

Yet another example of designers testing new notions of privacy and mobility.

The idea derives from a reflection on the change in our relationship with the domestic environment, due to the effects of our increasing mobility, and how this has affected our concept of intimacy, creating new demands.

Designed by GAIA, composed of Gloria Pizzilli, Arianna Petrakis, Ilaria Pacini and Adele Bacci. More at Veasyble, via W3sh
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