Lonely Planet Writer

An Italian designer's luggage set contains a cooker, refrigerator, office desk, chair and bed

If you want to set up home quickly and pack everything easily on-the-go, an Italian designer has devised a luggage set that allows you to bring your home and office on the road with you. Milan-based designer, Marc Sadler, has crafted three separate wheeled suitcases that hold an office, bed and even a mini-kitchen, so you can basically live and work on-the-go with them in tow.

Marc Sadler’s workstation is a special edition of his aluminium luggage collection Bank, which is designed for suitcase brand, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano. Image: Marc Sadler

The newest piece of luggage, the cookstation, is soon to be released, and it joins the workstation and bedstation as a special edition of Marc’s aluminium luggage collection, Bank, which is designed for suitcase brand, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano. Perfect for camping holidays and staycations, the cookstation has built-in power, a cooker, refrigerator, cutlery drawers and a fold-out chopping table, so you can whip up a meal on the go. The workstation includes drawers, plug sockets, a desk and a fold-out chair, which will essentially mean that the case is a mini office on wheels.

Marc Sadler’s cookstation is a special edition of his aluminium luggage collection Bank, which is designed for suitcase brand, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano. Image: Marc Sadler

The third item is the bedstation, which features a fold-out wooden mattress frame and a soft mattress topper. All of the suitcases are made from durable aluminium and are finished with leather detailing on the inside straps and handles. Obviously such innovation and convenience doesn’t come cheap, so the bedstation retails at €6900 (£6045), the workstation is €4900 (£4293) and the cookstation is expected to retail for €6500 (£5693) when it reaches the market.

Marc Sadler’s bedstation is a special edition of his aluminium luggage collection Bank, which is designed for suitcase brand, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano. Image: Marc Sadler

For further information on designer Marc Sadler, see his website here and the suitcases are available from Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano here.