The cardboard bed is tried out at a soup kitchen in Wolverhampton
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Wolverhampton teacher designs flat-pack beds for homeless

A primary school teacher from Wolverhampton has designed flat-pack cardboard beds for homeless people which he's giving away for free.

Elliot Lord was inspired after seeing cardboard furniture, with each bed made up of 11 sheets that take about five minutes to slot together.

They're available through Our Own Future which is a voluntary organisation in Wolverhampton.

  • 24 Nov 2015
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