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June 2, 2014 AT 7:30 am

Foldable bedroom made by students could help with disaster relief

Check out this awesome project from Valley Christian Junior High students! Featured on Make.

As part of Shruthik Musukula’s class at Valley Christian Junior High, he and his classmates built this foldable room for disaster preparedness. It can act like a bedroom, complete with fold-up desk and fold-down bed, and packs small for easy shipping. The key is in the hinges and triangular pieces, which allow it to collapse in on itself, like an origami fortune teller.

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