A Wearable ‘Shark Man’ Suit Lets You Build Your Own Private Space Anywhere – Design You Trust

A Wearable ‘Shark Man’ Suit Lets You Build Your Own Private Space Anywhere

Conceived by product designer Yang Zhao, ‘SharkMan’ is a hybrid wearable furniture that lets you have your own private space anywhere. Designed to look like a shark’s fin, its shape can be altered to fit the user’s needs. For example, it can be opened if the user is on a laptop, or folded shut if the user decides to lie down to take a nap.

More info: Yang Zhao (h/t: designtaxi)

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