The 'Odger' chair from IKEA was created in collaboration with Swedish design studio Form Us With Love, introducing a simple, sustainable woodpolypropylene seating solution that can be easily assembled without screws.
The IKEA chair is made with non-virgin materials and boasts a "distinct buckle-inspired construction" that is available in either blue, white or brown. When it comes to assembling the design, the seat and the legs can be joined with a handle. As Form Us With Love describes: "this configuration alters the way we think about putting a chair together, mimicking the behaviour of turning water hose key or closing a baking tray."
As the dismantled chair can easily be assembled without numerous fasteners and accessories, it seamlessly addresses a major issue within the realm of furniture, which is the ease of transport.
The 'Odger' Chair from IKEA Comes Together with Click-Lock Assembly
1. Sustainable Furniture - The 'Odger' chair showcases the trend of sustainable furniture with its use of non-virgin materials and simple assembly process.
2. Click-lock Assembly - The chair's click-lock assembly system highlights the trend of easy and tool-free furniture assembly.
3. Non-virgin Materials - The use of non-virgin materials in the 'Odger' chair reflects the trend of utilizing recycled materials in product design.
1. Furniture Manufacturing - The furniture manufacturing industry can take advantage of the trend of sustainable furniture by incorporating eco-friendly materials and assembly methods into their products.
2. Home Decor - The home decor industry has an opportunity to tap into the trend of easy assembly by offering furniture and products that require minimal tools and effort to put together.
3. Recycling and Waste Management - The recycling and waste management industry can benefit from the trend of using non-virgin materials by developing more efficient systems for collecting and processing recyclable materials.