Cardboard Chairs For Kids Are Durable And Sustainable [Pics]
RISD industrial design students created the seats in one week and their designs were then tested by children.
Industrial Design students from the Rhode Island School of Design were recently tasked with creating a child’s chair from cardboard in one week. For the project, teams of three had to brainstorm, prototype and finish a chair cut from a piece of 48″x80″ cardboard that was able to support at least 55lbs.
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