Look Music! 20 February – 4 October 2020

Look Music!

20 February – 4 October 2020

Music brings people together. Music expands spaces. Music fills the home with life. Experience music with all your senses.


The Look Music! exhibition at IKEA Museum.

The Look Music! exhibition is a rocking meeting-place where people can enjoy music together, here at IKEA Museum. But one of the great things about music is that you can listen to it anywhere: through your earbuds out jogging, doing the washing-up, or dancing around the living room at your own home party! Join IKEA for a digital journey from the 1970s onwards, showing how our motivation has always been to explore and expand the possibilities of music in our homes.

Anna Sandberg Falk, Curator, IKEA Museum



Join us on a digital showing of the Look Music! exhibition!

Experience music with all your senses!


The pure joy of dancing in the exhibition’s disco room.


Music fills the home with life.

The retro-cool RENN series from the 1970s, an early expression of democratic design where IKEA wanted to give everyone the opportunity to listen, play and dance at home.


IKEA RENN headphones, 1973.


The red RENN piano can be seen in the Look Music! exhibition.

The new collection FREKVENS creates a playful party atmosphere with both light and sound.


FREKVENS is an easy way to wind the atmosphere up to a real home party!


From the Sonos Brilliant Sound Survey:

“Scientists have found evidence that we are wired to perceive and enjoy music as well as to bond with each other through music. This explains why music is a ubiquitous part of the human experience, supporting the theory that music has a special, important function in our lives,” says Daniel Müllensiefen, a professor of music psychology at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

Look Music!

20 February – 4 October 2020

Music brings people together. Music expands spaces. Music fills the home with life. Experience music with all your senses.

The Look Music! exhibition is a rocking meeting-place where people can enjoy music together, here at IKEA Museum. But one of the great things about music is that you can listen to it anywhere: through your earbuds out jogging, doing the washing-up, or dancing around the living room at your own home party! Join IKEA for a digital journey from the 1970s onwards, showing how our motivation has always been to explore and expand the possibilities of music in our homes.

Anna Sandberg Falk, Curator, IKEA Museum

The Look Music! exhibition at IKEA Museum.


Join us on a digital showing of the Look Music! exhibition!

Experience music with all your senses!

The pure joy of dancing in the exhibition’s disco room.

Music fills the home with life.

The retro-cool RENN series from the 1970s, an early expression of democratic design where IKEA wanted to give everyone the opportunity to listen, play and dance at home.

IKEA RENN headphones, 1973.

The red RENN piano can be seen in the Look Music! exhibition.

The new collection FREKVENS creates a playful party atmosphere with both light and sound.

FREKVENS is an easy way to wind the atmosphere up to a real home party!

From the Sonos Brilliant Sound Survey:

“Scientists have found evidence that we are wired to perceive and enjoy music as well as to bond with each other through music. This explains why music is a ubiquitous part of the human experience, supporting the theory that music has a special, important function in our lives,” says Daniel Müllensiefen, a professor of music psychology at Goldsmiths College, University of London.