Following the lines of his recent one Rognan "robotic" series, IKEA continues to explore extremely flexible solutions for urban life.
The Swedish giant has released a new furniture series called Råvaror which includes a set of furniture designed specifically for small and very small spaces with a particularity: they are easily "reclosable" to be moved and put back elsewhere.
"Our creative starting point was the observation of urban reality," explains Viveca Olsson, IKEA Creative Director. "We asked ourselves: what does it take to convert a tiny space, say 12 square meters, into a house? And what does it take to make you feel the warmth of a home even when you move soon, or frequently, to another place?"
IKEA's answer to these questions was the Råvaror collection, 20 "smart" pieces of furniture: sofas, stools, tables, shelves, lamps, even a mini kitchen.