Yves Béhar and the fuseproject design studio have partnered with the Mexican Government to create a free eyeglasses program for school children.

Yves Béhar and the fuseproject design studio have partnered with the Mexican Government to create a free eyeglasses program for school children 6-18 years old.

The “See Better to Learn Better” glasses are designed to be durable, ergonomic and appeal to kids.

fuseproject explains more:

To solve all of these challenges, we designed two part frames that are fully customizable with top and bottom colors that can be mixed and matched to fit all children’s personal choices. The innovative interchangeable nose pads let children with more petite noses wear the glasses comfortably. Through the use of the two part construction, 7 colors, 5 shapes and 3 sizes, these glasses can be swapped and adjusted in the field in order to update prescriptions.

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