Budgetary and economic concerns push individuals to maximise the utility of spaces and objects. Things attain more than one purpose, often unintended. In schools that grapple with the lack of infrastructure, a plurality of any introduced element can offer unprecedented opportunities. Brief: The challenge here is to design a modular furniture solution that can be implemented in rural and semi-urban Indian schools. The solution should act primarily as effective and comfortable furniture for children to use during their school day. Apart from acting as furniture, the object should be able to transform to act as a potent platform to help transfer knowledge to the students. The solution can be one single changeable form or be composed of multiple smaller forms that work together in both scenarios. The material must be cost-effective and durable.