With Innerraum, Livio Graziottin and Sergio Eusebi serve up a brooding cocktail built upon a radical fusion of the bulbous, quasi-organic shapes that defined turn-of-the-millenium industrial design, contemporary technical garment detailing, and armor-style polymer plating. By dint of the same approach that yields Kuboraum, Graziottin and Eusebi’s idiosyncratic eyewear line, the fully functional pouches and bags offered under Innerraum possess a visually arresting quality more typical of avant-garde objets-d’art or, alternatively, props from a well-funded science fiction film. These accessories appear as nothing so much as the cocoons of a cybernetic menagerie—the outer shells of which are composed of interlocking panels punctuated and joined by decorative hardware, while a lightly padded mesh lining ensures a comfortable ride for the wearer’s valuables. Strategically placed robust leather straps and minutely adjustable ratcheting hardware afford a reliable fit. Entirely without an easily identifiable analog, the otherworldly concoctions of Innerraum propose an impossible-to-ignore aesthetic revelation.