IKEA And NASA Join Forces For A Space-Inspired Collection | Fashion News
Swedish multinational group IKEA has teamed up with NASA‘s Mars research station for a new collection inspired by life in space. The collection, dubbed ‘RUMTID‘, tackles urban small-space living by using modularity and mobility. It offers four different product ranges that focus on time, space, water and air.
The range of products include a new redesigned air purifier, an indoor terrarium pod, lighting solutions and a block furniture system made of a new lightweight veneer material made of recycled wood and waste that’s rolled into hollow tubes. The RUMTID collection will be launch in 2020 across all IKEA stores.
Speaking on the collection, creator Micahel Nikolic said: “by cutting the tubes into different lengths and clamping them together, we can build just about anything, be it sofas, wardrobes, beds or something else completely”.
Take a look at some pieces of the collection:
When I grew up, I focused my vision in other countries and I found love in different cultures like British, American, Japanese, Korean, etc. Once time I read that “it’s no always necessary to be strong, but to feel strong”, and because of that, I consider myself a very rebel, adventuress and creative person.
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