The earliest known tangram diagrams were published in 19th century. It is believed that the roots of the tangram puzzle date back to the Northern Song dynasty around the 10th century, when a set of rectangular tables was invented with a collection of diagrams showing how the tables could be arranged in a variety of configurations to seat guests at banquets. Both a creative and geometrical game, the Tangram has quickly become popular beyond the Chinese frontiers.
Having originality as our best interest, Yuni Yunan cleverly assembles different pieces of know-how to design a culturally colorful bag line. Inspired by the chinese Tangram, a free puzzle which awakens imagination and creativity, Yuni Yunan translates geometric shape into an archetype of the cabas. The combination of different colours each highlighted by a specific leather texture invokes the senses and add a playful touch to this bag. With particular care in the choice of materials and an absolute passion for details, each geometric shapes are turned into clever functional elements of the bag such as additional pockets for all your daily necessities.
New doesn’t necessarily mean impractical
A new classic
You can take your computer and your documents with you in the Tangram large cabas, or just bring your mini computer to work in the Tangram medium cabas. All your personal belongings will fit perfectly in the outside and inside pockets. For your little outings during the day or at night, take the colorful and classy small Tangram cabas.