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Furniture designers and makers Rawside have created Eco-Shield, a temporary and 100% recyclable protective workspace shield.
By manufacturing as sustainably as possible in London and continuing our mission to craft furniture with local suppliers, we are innovating a safe return to the office and workspace that does not add further detriment to the environment.
Created from cardboard, the Eco-Shield from Rawside is secured to desks using Velcro, easy to relocate or replace, and designed to allow safe desk occupancy.
Manufacturing as sustainably as possible in London, Rawside are continuing their mission to craft furniture with local suppliers, creating products that will enable a safe return to the office and workspace without adding further strain to the environment.
‘By focusing on how we can use our skills to help people return to work without capitalising on the situation we find ourselves in, the first product we are releasing is Eco-Shield – an eco-friendly and cost-effective workstation screen which protects people without further strain on the planet or pockets,’ said Rawside. ‘Designed to be recycled, Eco-Shield is a temporary priority for your desk and like COVID-19, we look forward to it being disposed of.’
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