The Finnish University of Applied Sciences Lahti is popular not only for its educational level, but also for 10 unique students who have created furniture for refugees and disaster victims from corrugated cardboard. This furniture is ideal for people who have to leave their home, as it can be quickly and easily assembled. The Rehome furniture collection is made from inexpensive cardboard and plywood. Creative students have already started collaborating with the Finnish Red Cross.
Corrugated cardboard is a material that everyone can afford. The whole structure consists of individual square blocks connected by the example of a jigsaw puzzle.
This material can be used to make not only beds and bedside tables, but also a whole dining area.
This modest sleeping place can be easily assembled at the site of a natural disaster, in a camp, in nature, or immediately after moving to a new apartment, while you still have no furniture.