Designed to be easy to disassemble and reassemble, the “Pack” System by Alei Verspoor is one smart eco-friendly item, one which challenges the finite lifespan of a given fabric-based bag.
Just as how Lego building blocks are used in creating various shapes and structures, the Pack is basically a travel carryall that comes with “modular” features, allowing users to easily and readily swap individual Pack components in having a bag that is suitable for whatever needs are.
Apart from boasting the container utility of bags, the Pack’s components can double as a form of portable cushioning for comfortable seating, and is also a space saver, with its built-for-storage convention.
“Each of the Pack components is made of one material and has one function, which makes it easy to replace, repair, and recycle components when they are worn out or when you want a different look,” shares Verspoor, referring to the modular dynamic ascribed by the “Pack” System.
“[Patterns are creating] through the construction of the product,” he further shares.
With the Pack, a frequent traveler won’t ever need to constantly buy carryalls or bags, since the Pack is versatile and dynamic in itself. Need a bigger bag? The Pack can be assembled to be bigger. Need a smaller pack? The Pack could be configured to be small too.
By being a multi-utility travel carryall, the “Pack” is pretty much sustainable in itself, a bag that stands to be the only one a traveler would ever have need of. Matched with its extended functionality highlights, the “Pack” also gives its users an edge, beyond the requirements often required from bags and backpacks.
In its simple ingenuity, the “Pack” is one product which leads many to think, “Why didn’t I think of that?”