Hong Kong furniture project: drive to provide desks, chairs, equipment designed for children in subdivided flats to improve studying conditions, eye health

A Hong Kong developer is providing furniture tailor-made for children living in subdivided flats to help improve their posture and eye health when studying.Hongkong Land partnered with the Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation of Polytechnic University to issue desks, cushions, chairs and other pieces of equipment to 2,000 families living in tiny homes.Subdivided flats are often found in rundown buildings. Many in the long queue for public housing resort to staying in these…


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