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23% of Houston's families are living below the poverty line. These families often dont have the means of buying quality essential furnishings.

The goal for this project is to provide these families in need with a
modular/sustainable furniture system by utilizing dimensional 'waste' lumber from construction sites and vinyl billboard fabric for upholstery.

A documentory video for this project can be seen at:

http://www.vimeo.com/26907602
23% of Houston's families are living below the poverty line. Within these households, you will typically find children and adults
with no place to sleep or study.
These families only have furniture banks to rely on for beds, tables,
couches etc, but there is never any constant supply of these
essential furnishings.

The goal for this project is to provide these families in need with a
modular furniture system by utilizing dimensional 'waste' lumber from construction sites.
23% of Houston's families are living below the poverty line. Within these households, you will typically find children and adults
with no place to sleep or study.
These families only have furniture banks to rely on for beds, tables,
couches etc, but there is never any constant supply of these
essential furnishings.

The goal for this project is to provide these families in need with a
modular furniture system by utilizing dimensional 'waste' lumber from construction sites.
23% of Houston's families are living below the poverty line. Within these households, you will typically find children and adults
with no place to sleep or study.
These families only have furniture banks to rely on for beds, tables,
couches etc, but there is never any constant supply of these
essential furnishings.

The goal for this project is to provide these families in need with a
modular furniture system by utilizing dimensional 'waste' lumber from construction sites.
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Robinwood

Robinwood

Wyatt Little
Wyatt J Little houston, TX