Well, what do you know? The collaboration between Swedish flat-pack furniture giant IKEA and Danish toy maker LEGO is not a LINNMON/ADILS table made out of LEGO elements. Instead IKEA x LEGO collab is a playful storage solution called IKEA BYGGLEK.
Goodness gracious me. How did I not hear about this??? This is KYL (pronounced as “Kal”), an attachment that literally makes a standing fan cooler. It was the winner of IKEA Singapore’s Young Designer Awards 2018.
Bees. They, like many insects that exist on this planet with us, are indispensable to our ecosystem. How so, you ask? Pollination, my friends. The Bee Movie pretty much sums up how, albeit in a simplified manner, but the gist is in it.
Kids, being a restless bunch, won’t do well during quarantine. You have to constantly keep them occupied. If you have run out of ideas how to keep your restless love occupied, IKEA Russia may have some ideas.
Is the pandemic making you miss IKEA’s famous Swedish meatballs? Well, the good news is, you can now recreate the yummy dish at home too.
Pizza saver. One of the world’s most important inventions that no one talks about. This “tiny table” that comes with each take out pizza have quietly saved countless pizzas from being ruin by collapsing cardboard.
Well, this is a collaboration we didn’t see coming and it is a collab that can be really fun. We are talking about Teenage Engineering collab with flat-pack furniture giant, IKEA. The two has jointly introduced the Frekvens line of speakers and lights, which are available at select IKEA stores as we speak.
Do you know why IKEA x Sonos line of Symfonisk speakers do not have a remote? The real reason is, you don’t need one. You’d be streaming, duh. However, IKEA will gladly sell you a remote if you really want one and you probably do after seeing how cool the remote is.
If you think 2003’s Apple Power Mac G5 has a front that looks like cheese grater, well, let me tell you this: it doesn’t. You know what looks like a grater? The recently revealed $6,000 Apple Pro. Those who said the G5 looked like a cheese grater clearly exaggerated, but this 2019’s iteration? It needs […]
IKEA is not usually a name you will associate with gaming, but that somehow changes with this latest collaboration between the Swedish flat-pack furniture giant and prosthetic maker Unyq and educational e-sports company Area Academy. In this collaboration, IKEA will offer a line of personalized accessories for gamers called Uppkoppla.