Most of the newfangled luggage designs we’ve seen lately focus on the UX during transit: How does it perform on-the-go? But little design attention is paid to how we interact with suitcases once we’re at the destination. When I’m staying in a hotel, I usually use my rolling carry-on like an inconveniently-deep box, leaving it open and dressing out of it. This is less than ideal, but unpacking my suitcase into the hotel’s drawers seems somehow weird.
The Carry-On Closet 2.0 is a suitcase designed to double as the dresser at your destination. At first it seemed kooky to me, but the more I thought about it, the more I think I’d use this as intended. Employing the extended handle as the suspension frame is a clever trick: