Ikea’s Iconic Frakta Bags Get a Makeover
June 16, 2016 - table lamp
This essay creatively seemed on Wallpaper.com.
Change is stirring for Swedish seat hulk Ikea. Not usually have they enlisted Danish pattern association Hay to redesign their iconic Frakta bags, yet they have also partnered with British engineer Tom Dixon to emanate their subsequent collection of complicated seating.
First and inaugural though, a reinvention of a blue and yellow Frakta bags: Wallpaper* Power Listers Rolf and Mette Hay’s versatile chronicle of holdalls will take a some-more “long-lasting” approach. Gone will be a confidant colors, transposed instead by timberland immature straps and a mottled white and immature woven fabric.
Set to be expelled in 2017, a pale bags will accompany a “new collection for socialising in a vital room.” The line of seat and accessories—including a chair, bench, list and table lamp—will have “a classical Scandinavian feel, with light colors, high peculiarity and purify design.”
Tom Dixon has also been suggested to be operative with a seat giant, formulating a operation that promises to “explore comfortable, modular, stretchable and lightweight seating for a complicated home.”
“We are in a midst of a outrageous series in how people create, make and consume,” Tom Dixon pronounced in a statement, divulgence that he hopes his aluminium-framed lounge might pass a brand’s best-selling Klippan lounge in popularity.
Both collaborations were done during Ikea’s Democratic Design Day in Sweden final week, a firm’s annual discussion where a Wallpaper* Design Award-winning collection by Ilse Crawford was announced final year.