At the new exhibition IKEA Hacked you can experience works by international artists, architects and designers – all using IKEA products as raw material. Some of them will be working on site in the exhibition!
IKEA Hack is a term for the phenomenon of people using IKEA products in their own ways. This could involve small alterations, such as changing the legs of a KLIPPAN sofa. Or making an armchair from 6971 little lead pencils from the IKEA store...
What all IKEA Hacks seem to have in common is the joy of transforming something that was produced for “the many people” into something totally unique or individual.
IKEA Hacked showcases work by 30 contributors from all over the world. As a visitor you will be able to meet them in workshops and at talks that are being held over the entire exhibition period. There will also be plenty of opportunities to unleash your own creativity – whatever your age!
Welcome to Älmhult!
Image: Flat Pack Re-Arranged by Kieren Jones.