The new IKEA collaboration: Sabine Marcelis designs for the Swedish brand

The new IKEA collaboration: Sabine Marcelis designs for the Swedish brand

The 20-piece VARMBLIXT collection will include lamps, carpets, furniture, and a glassware set.

IKEA is collaborating with yet another inspiring creator for its latest limited-edition collection, VARMBLIXT, designed by Sabine Marcelis. The Rotterdam-based artist has focused on the impact of light on interiors, bringing light into homes through lighting fixtures, glassware, and furniture. The collection also features many of Marcelis’ signature motifs and shapes, like the doughnut shape, which he has turned into a lamp this time, and which will be in stores in amber and green versions from February. In addition to the larger-sized objects, a glassware set is also part of the 20-piece limited edition collection, of which five sculptural lights will be adopted into the permanent collection.

Source: Hypebeast
Photos: IKEA

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