KOTONOWA × UNQUI DESIGNERS 

 TSUNAGU Bag
(CLOUDS100cmFUroshiki+32cmTSUNAGU handle)


Now you have a useful day bag or convenient carry all.
It’s great for a shopping, light traveling or on the beach.

It’s fun to make and you can create many variations to match your style
and personality. Plus you can adjust the size you need.
There are many possibility and combinations.

TSUNAGU

 
A PIECE OF SQUARE FABRIC BECOMES A CONVENIENT BAG!!

 

 

 

This product can be used as a bag after joining “TSUNAGU” handle and the textile.

 

 

結び方

 

You can make the BAG with the HANDLE in a way such as a logo.

Furoshiki Bag set

CLOUDS Furoshiki × TSUNAGU32 SET

indigo

Furoshiki Bag set

CLOUDS Furoshiki × TSUNAGU32 SET

honey

Furoshiki Bag set

CLOUDS Furoshiki × TSUNAGU32 SET

tealgreen

 

 


HOW TO MAKE A BAG


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Fold the furoshiki in half, outside in.

 
 
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Make a Knot on the corner
 
 
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Make a knot on the other
 
 
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  Turn inside out
 
 
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Draw the corner through the handle
 
 
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Bring the corner round to the back side
 
 
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Pull down the corner and tighten
 
 

 

Made of 100cm square furoshiki and short leather handle. 
Create your own bag with square textiles of your choice.

 

Roots 100cmFuroshiki 

3 colors

marerial:100% cotton   size:100x100cm 

CLOUDS 100cmFuroshiki
Color:Indigo

CLOUDS 100cmFuroshiki
Color:Honey

CLOUDS 100cmFuroshiki
Color:Teal Green

32cm TSUNAGU handle 

4 colors

material:cow leather   size:5x32cm

color:whisky

color:black

color:white

color:honey

 

 



DESIGNER
 
UNQUI DESIGNERS




Unqui Designers is an industrial design agency created in 2011 by four designers. Their passion for creation and willingness to question the world around them are the key elements of their individual and collective motivation. The agency’s design approach is based on the user experience and ecosystem analysis. They are involved in many different industrial design projects as well as research projects. This
is how they came up with the innovative kitchen and school furniture pieces; each were awarded for 2011 Prix Emile Hermès and the Prix Jean Prouvé in 2015.