Focus on LuggageUrban inspiration Ulisse is more than a collection of trolleys, it is a truly creative project, coming from the first […]

May 10, 2019

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Ulisse is more than a collection of trolleys, it is a truly creative project, coming from the first collaboration between B|Y by Bric’s and the Italian industrial designer, David Dolcini.
The map of the subway is the primary inspiration of the line: the shells of the suitcase are designed in bas-relief with glossy graphic lines, in contrast with the matte shell, identifying the leitmotif of the Ulisse collection. David Dolcini Studio has worked alongside the Bric’s R&D department to design an ideal product for a young buyer and globetrotter. “Being able to tackle a theme so dear to me, such as travel, together with a leading company in the world of luggage like Bric’s, was an exciting challenge,” says Dolcini. “In the graphic design that characterises the trolley, I tried to express my personal synthesis of travelling, as a path that is almost never linear and during which new avenues and roads are always possible.”
The trolleys of the Ulisse collection are available in three sizes: cabin, medium and large, all expandable up to a depth of 4 cm…and the additional volume is always welcome! They come in a wide range of colours: black, dove grey and ocean blue to meet the more subded tastes, and pearly pink, sky blue and mango for a more modern and fresh appeal. The cabin-size trolley in both versions comes with two USB ports (standard and the new C-type generation) for battery packs, and an internal pocket for a power bank. The 4 double swivel wheels – recessed to maximise the internal volume and facilitate transport at full load – and the carrying handle are customised by Bric’s, a name that guarantees high quality of the functional elements, guaranteed by the Italian company’s know-how and 67 years of history.

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New trolleys for the Jaguar brand, produced and distributed by Compagnia del Viaggio, which celebrates its 40 years of history by reconfirming the numerous brands of luggage and travel accessories produced and distributed throughout Italy, as well as new products coming from the research of the CEO, Lorenzo Gista.
Making travel more comfortable is one of the company’s missions. Among the most important brands of Compagnia del Viaggio is Jaguar, one of the five most important luggage and travel accessories brands present in Italy, Austria, Benelux, France and Greece, which at the last MIPEL presented the new Pop up model, a hard-shell trolley with new patented retractable wheels. The suitcase is made of ABS with 4 double wheels and integrated TSA system, available in the colours steel or blue, size of 55x40x20 cm with internal wheels and 60x40x20 cm with external wheels, capacity of 50 litres, weight of 2400 grams.
The restyled website www.compagniadelviaggio.it features, through specific e-shops, the variety of proposals dedicated to every aspect of travel. Travel is a great source of inspiration for an Italian company that over time has known how to transform the initial momentum in the leather goods sector into a series of ideas and the search for more and more original and functional luggage and travel accessories, to adapt to the demands of the market and the consumer.

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