Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

Ikea’s Viktigt collection is an expression of simplicity and functionality

For the first time in the history of Ikea, the Scandinavian company known for designing and selling flat-pack furniture in mass-production, has created a limited edition handmade home accessories. Dubbed as Viktigt Collection, the new range is result of collaborated between Ikea and Swedish glass and ceramic designer Ingegerd Raman.

The collection produced with local natural fibers like water hyacinth, rattan, bamboo, and seagrass, is marked with considerate details and sleek lines. Featuring a wide range of products, it includes seating, baskets, glassware, tables, rugs and lampshades.

Exploring the possibility of bringing natural fiber in modern living, the collection also includes glass and ceramic as the main material. Described as a craft project, according to Raman, it is a project between the craftsman and the designer.

Transforming simple into spectacular, the major part of the Viktigt collection is mostly handcrafted by Vietnamese, Indonesian and Polish craftspeople. Expected to go on sale from May 23, 2016 the limited edition collection is a link between simplicity, functionality and aesthetic value.

Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

Sturdy and durable armchair made from natural fibre

Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

The seat and backrest of the Easy chair is woven of paper cords

Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

Dishwasher safe glassware available in assorted colors

Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

Glassware collection mouth-blown by skilled craftsmen

Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

Handwoven dish made from bamboo

Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

Handwoven by skilled craftspeople, the rug is made from seagrass

Ikea VIKTIGT Collection

Handmade natural fibre shade that gives soft glowing light

Via: Curbed

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