I’ll Just Take Drawer 2 & 3 Home With Me

I’m sure you can surmise what this is and how it works just from the pictures. “A Draw Bag” (I know, the name doesn’t quite make sense) has two functions. When it’s in its desk, it operates like an ordinary desk drawer, that is until you have to pull it all the way out to even open it. A little inconvenient yes, but at least you don’t have to waste 5 minutes packing up at the end of every work day. Just grab a drawer and go. Monkey see monkey do. Tit for tat. La de day, la de dah. Okay, I’m totally not making sense here. It’s late!

Designer: Jung-Ah Kim

32 Comments

  • prodmod says:

    so the top one works really easy since its out in the open. But having to pull the 2nd and 3rd completely out to access what’s inside would be annoying. Maybe you can find a way to have just the bottom half slide when its in the desk, and when you are ready to take the entire draw “briefcase” out for traveling you can hit a button or lever that locks the top cover onto the drawer.

  • tryn says:

    Great idea!

  • zippyflounder says:

    brief cases on a shelf…..amazing.

  • Chung Dha says:

    Smart design however I would rather have backpacks then brief cases

  • smroepe says:

    great design.. as far as marketing goes though…. selling the desk and the briefcases together?

  • 彤卓 says:

    those are so great!

  • 彤卓 says:

    those are so great!

  • Ekove says:

    The brief case and the drawers look the same? is that the whole idea? :S

  • I did similar thing 3 years ago, it’d uploaded on my website at the same time as well.
    but your one is better than mine:) Good!

  • J says:

    I saw similar thing named ‘Take Out’.
    ‘Take out’ is designed by Klaus Aalto.
    I want you to search for Klaus Aalto.

  • pamela says:

    awesome

  • Rose says:

    When it’s in its desk, it operates like an ordinary desk drawer, that is until you have to pull it all the way out to even open it.nice its looks like suitcase.

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