Experience The Story of IKEA and its founder Ingvar Kamprad in the main exhibition. In other current exhibitions, discover the present and future of design and innovation for a better life at home for the many people.
31 May 2021 – 9 January 2022
Hagberg + Hagberg
Excellent design, smart function and sustainable quality, at a low price. Few can manage that equation better than Knut Hagberg and Marianne Hagberg. Together they have designed more than 2,100 products for IKEA, making them probably two of the most well-represented designers in Swedish design history. After all, who hasn’t at one time or another used BOLMEN in the toilet, had a FÖRSIKTIG (PATRULL) in the bathroom, organised their papers with DOKUMENT or taken an UPPTÄCKA on a trip? Now you can see all the icons, the drawings behind them and all kinds of unique objects here at IKEA Museum in Älmhult.
70 years of life at home!
The IKEA catalogue through the ages
Over the years, the IKEA catalogue has inspired readers and shown them new perspectives on life at home. Now you can dive into the history of the iconic catalogue and see how our homes have changed and developed.
The Story of IKEA
Our main exhibition The Story of IKEA takes you from the very beginning at Ingvar Kamprad’s childhood farm home in Agunnaryd, to the first IKEA store in Älmhult and out into the world. The exhibition is divided into three sections: Our Roots, IKEA Through the Ages and The Many Sides of Ingvar Kamprad.
Young Swedish Design 2021
Although IKEA Museum has worked with Svensk Form before, this is the first time we are co-producing the exhibition itself, Young Swedish Design 2021. And now, we are proud to present the results at IKEA Museum in Älmhult.
Sustain Able Voices
The exhibition Sustain Able Voices is currently showing to visitors at IKEA Museum in Älmhult. Since 1998, the jury of Young Swedish Design has been awarding distinctions for innovative, boundary-crossing design. The exhibition is based on 25 selected contributions from 2004 to 2020, and interviews with some of the designers behind them. Come and see us, or join us on a digital showing of thought-provoking design that inspires a more sustainable future. Anna Sandberg Falk, Curator, IKEA Museum