This project is a result of observing the people around us, who come and go, move frequently, feel like locals in more than three cities, in different countries each. Based on this, we outlined the modern subject that is the center of our interest. We have cho-sen garments as primarily objects of arbitrary but also necessary clues, as protection and conversation bases and of course for their status as the most social objects. We have treated them as lodgings of this modern subject, wanting to comment on the notion of habitation, which can now take place in all the material and spiritual goods that this contemporary subject in motion carries at all times. Therefore, the notion of habitation ceases to require the house as a necessary feature of it.
The project "ODYSSACK" consists of the homonymous product we created and on the same time, to the "Odyssey" of con-struction and designing this specific clothing system. In particular, this product is a garment - a carrier of things, which on one hand, is an omen in modern nomadism and, on the other hand, promotes a way of life in which subjects are able to choose their paraphernalia according to desire - and not only usefulness -, so they adapt to a lifestyle that includes a small number of material things and they learn behind everything that is unnecessary. The result of our research and design is characterised by the elements of variability and adaptability, based on the belief that the uses of objects give more possibilities when they are double or non-specific, while their use results from a creative conciliation process with the subject, so that objects acquire a personal character more easily. Finally, an important element in the process of doing this work was the established forms of clothing available on the market which are incapable of including body diversity. When products manage to meet the extremes of a spectrum of subjects, then with them the average can take care of themselves.