Observing this organized clothing donation kiosk, it really reminds you of how sad, dingy and suspicious the standard donation bins look. A fresh concept by Lai Chih-Wei and Lee Yin-Kai proposes tidying up the design of the dumpster-like repositories of the present day, with a clean and compartment-based system that's user-friendly and welcoming.
The 'Love Renews Dress' project would involve placing this booth in a range of different neighborhoods, whereby the wealthy and the underprivileged alike can contribute lightly worn articles of clothing for sharing and charity. The various garments are intended to be placed in the clearly marked drawers, designated for the depositing of shirts, pants, jackets and shoes for either men or women. The contents of the cabinets can be accessed from the inside of this organized clothing donation stand, from a sealed change room that's illuminated with solar-powered energy.
Organized Clothing Donation
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Savalged Clothing Lines
Simple Social Charity Campagins
Formerly Homeless Tour Guides
Charitable Bonding Activities
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