The SugiX Nakadai Project Teaches Kids to be Sustainable

By: Clarissa Hilary Basham - Published: • References: designboom & hairmakeup.tweetmeme
This SugiX Nakadai Project features an interesting block chair made from the bases of old computer chairs.

Designer SugiX designed this block chair to teach the idea that objects can be repurposed and reused to create something that can be fun, artistic and practical. They are brightly colored, multi-purpose and DIY -- factors which most children enjoy and appreciate. The end result of the SugiX Nakadai Project is a kid's bench, allowing children to further understand the beauty of recycling and the importance of being friendly to the environment.

Considering the many environmentally friendly initiatives that are presently in existence, it's good to see that there's one like the SugiX Nakadai Project that targets educating children.



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