Cardboard Chairs For Kids Are Durable And Sustainable [Pics]

Cardboard Chairs For Kids Are Durable And Sustainable [Pics]
Design

RISD industrial design students created the seats in one week and their designs were then tested by children.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 march 2012

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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