Barbara Peynot, a graduate student of Royal College of Arts (RCA), has created The Urban Nomad Home Kit that highlights the flexible approach towards interior designing by amalgamating clothing and furniture design into one, creating a safe and secure space around the wearer.
The Urban Nomad Home Kit consist of a coat that turns into a shelter, complete with window and wallpaper, providing warmth and comfort of home. The complete kit is encouraged by the urban advancement and social changes taking places in our society, especially due to increasing inclination of youth towards nomadic lifestyle.
The project beautifully brings together the idea of vigour and continuance by providing something that is transportable and complements the urban nomad existence at the same time. The wearable house comes with backpack, a suitcase and a scarf, which can also act as interior for the fusion shelter.
The backpack turns into a folding stool, while interlining transforms into a carpet. The suitcase can be used as a closet or coffee table, while scarf turns into an inflatable mattress.
The dual-functioning performance kit is not only a respite to the nomadic urge, but also a chic and fashionable clothing collection.