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 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 electronic instruments and speakers, and IKEA has utilized their expertise in order to develop a variety 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 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 bringing the party with you.”
We absolutely can’t wait to get ahold 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 DiseÃ±o DemocrÃ¡tico this week we are showing the prototypes the collection. Love it? Share your thoughts in the comment section below! #teenageengineering #prototype #ikeatoday #diseÃ±odemocratico #IKEAMADRIDDD