IKEA offers a wide variety of furniture solutions for small spaces but it is collaborating with American start-up Ori Living to introduce the next generation of space-saving designs with its new ROGNAN robotic furniture system. On average, the new furniture system is said to be able to free up eight square meters of living space.
As living spaces become smaller and most costly, people are turning to innovative furniture solutions that can transform, move, adapt and otherwise serve flexible purposes within the home. With ROGNAN, IKEA aims to equip people with smart living solutions for tight spaces with pieces that can unfold to reveal desks, beds and seating solutions with the press of a button.
The ROGNAN furniture system from IKEA is set to be introduced to stores in Hong Kong and Japan by 2020.