Past hacks

Published on July 10th, 2011 | by Jules Yap


Previously on Ikeahackers: 8 – 16 July 2006

  • Some thing swede but morbid: No matter how much I love Ikea, I still don’t think I’d like to go in an Ikea Billy coffin.
  • The DNA lamp, hacked: So it’s not a Hopf & Wortmann DNA lamp but it’s a pretty bright idea.
  • Flatpacks rearranged: Ikea being worked into art/design has been happening for a long time now. This was my first encounter with it – Kieren Jones’ brilliant design concepts for the the British Council’s Annual Student Design Competition called ‘Flat-pack Re-arranged’. 
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