IKEA encourages sustainable practices with its latest project which boasts homes for wildlife. The initative is one that supports the agenda of sustainability and one that offers shelter for animals, insects, and birds in the city.
Aptly dubbed 'Wildhomes for Wildlife,' IKEA makes use of its compromised product — this can be anything like tables, lamps, and chairs, realizing it as a completely new thing that is beneficial to the planet and urban critters. In addition, this venture is not only a feel-good project. It also contributes to the aesthetic of the city with a unique and vibrant embellishment. The homes for wildlife present an exterior that has been skillfully created by artists like Hattie Newman, Supermundane (aka Rob Lowe), Adam Nathaniel Furman, Studio Weave and more.
Photo Credits: Mother/ IKEA
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