IKEA to Launch Range of Zero Waste Designs

IKEA to Launch Range of Zero Waste Designs

ikea-ps-17-collection-design-value-freedom-at-home-furniture-brand-young-urban-generation-launch_dezeen_936_56-468x567Furniture giants IKEA have released their PS 2017 collection, for the young urban dweller, featuring zero waste products made from recycled materials.  Launching in February  2017, the popular swedish home store unveiled a contemporary range of furniture and home furnishings designed using recycled wood, plastic and glass.

In a collaboration with 21 designers, the collection consists of 60 products, which is stated as “high design values at a great price.” Product developer Anna Granath used recycled PET plastic bottles and wood to create a set of kitchen cabinets titled ‘Kungsbacka’.
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Form us With Love, a Stockholm based studio which has worked with IKEA in the past, designed a minimalist style seat for the brand. The seat, which is called Oder, is made from 70 percent recycled plastic and 30% renewable wood.

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The range of marbled vases, by designer Iina Vuorivirta was produced by remelting rejected glass that couldn’t be used for production purposes because of bubbles and defects.

Check out IKEA’s previous PS 214 collection.

 

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