Japanese studio Nendo has designed a collection of handbags from single sheets of laser-cut leather that the buyer can assemble at home.
The bags are distributed to their buyers in a completely flat form. Once received, the customer can fold and assemble the bag into its three-dimensional form.
Due to its composition, the bag has been named after the Japanese word "ichi-mai", which translates to "one sheet".
The Mai bag is available in a range of different sizes and colours, including mustard yellow, dark brown, khaki and teal, achieved by dying the leather with a plant-derived tannin.