IKEA is very well-known for their consistent efforts to release reasonably priced and well-designed furniture and appliances to their consumers. Kicking it up a notch, they have teamed up with the Swedish electronics company Teenage Engineering in order to create their very own record player, and that’s just the beginning!
The collaborative team of music-focused productions derives directly from FREKVENS. This groundbreaking company is aptly named as it’s Swedish for “frequency”.
This impressive collaboration is just the beginning. Teenage Engineering specializes in designing a vast array of electronic instruments and speakers, and IKEA has utilized their expertise in order to develop a variety of mobile party tools.
In addition to the highly anticipated record player, they are also developing party lighting, and an “electronic choir” – we are as curious as you are!
“The idea of gathering some friends could become a reality in minutes,” says creative leader Michael Nikolic, as reported by Exclaim. “Maybe you want to bring … the party somewhere else? Together with Teenage Engineering, we want to explore the possibilities of bringing the party with you.”
We absolutely can’t wait to get ahold of a prototype – this will definitely be a game changer in the tech world! What do you think about the idea?
From sketch to final prototype, we are checking in on #FREKVENS! Together with Teenage Engineering the aim is to create products so that you can host your party, wherever you may be. During Diseño Democrático this week we are showing the prototypes of the collection. Love it? Share your thoughts in the comment section below! #teenageengineering #prototype #ikeatoday #diseñodemocratico #IKEAMADRIDDD