IKEA recently unveiled pieces from its upcoming Överallt collection at this year’s Design Inaba festival in Cape Town, South Africa.
The new collaboration combines Scandinavian and African design through the work of IKEA’s in-house designers and a group of designers from five African nations.
IKEA first announced the Överallt collection two years ago, and now it’s set to hit stores on May 1st. The furniture giant worked closely with Issa Diabaté (Ivory Coast), Hend Riad and Mariam Hazem (Egypt), Laduma Ngxokolo (South africa), Bethan Rayner and Naeem Biviji (Kenya), Sindiso Khumalo (South Africa), Renee Rossouw (South Africa), Bibi Seck (Senegal), and Selly Raby Kane (Senegal).
Överallt features a broad range of items, from kitchenware starting at €4.99 (approx. $5.70 USD) to furnishing will be priced at a maximum of €69 (approx. $78 USD).
Below are some highlights from the collection.
Shelves designed by Issa Diabaté and Kevin Gouriou.
Rocking Chair and footstool designed by Bibi Seck and Mikael Axelsson and
cushion designed by Hend Riad, Mariam Hazem, and Hanna Dalrot.
Basket designed to look like braided hair by Selly Raby Kane and Iina Vuorivirta.
Chair created from a single piece of plywood designed by Issa Diabaté and Kevin Gouriou.
Geometric rugs by Laduma Ngxokolo.
Blanket designed by Sindiso Khumalo, Renee Rossouw, and Johanna Jelenik.
Flexible, groupable benches designed by Naeem Biviji and Bethan Rayner.
Cast iron dishes/pans also designed byb Naeem Biviji and Bethan Rayner.
Woven rocking chair and bench designed by Bibi Seck.
Bag designed by Hend Riad, Mariam Hazem, and Hanna Dalrot.