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'Letter Desks' Offer Children in Developing Areas an Elevated Workspace

 - Jul 12, 2017
References: designtaxi & mashable
Letter Desks are foldable cardboard platforms that are offering children in developing countries access to an elevated work space.

In rural or developing areas, access to educational resources can be sparse. In some areas, classrooms don't come equipped with desks, resulting in children crouching in uncomfortable positions, or working off of bumpy surfaces, to complete their schoolwork. Letter Desk offers a solution to this issue as it is both light, compact and sturdy. The cardboard platform can be folded up and carried to class like a briefcase. The desk is assembled in four easy steps and provides a flat and elevated surface for kids to work off of.

Both low-cost and recyclable, these cardboard desks offer a practical solution for children with a lack of access to educational materials.