IKEA and Sabine Marcelis' Upcoming Collection Will "Embrace the Potential" of Light

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Swedish retailer IKEA and Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis have partnered up for what will be their second collaboration together. It is set to be a collection that will focus heavily on the potential of light (both direct and indirect).

When the collection is released in October 2022, it will include glasses, bowls, mirrors, lamps and other items. According to a press release, the luminous collection seeks to "embrace the potential of direct and indirect light at home and emphasize the beauty of light and its positive impact on people’s emotional wellbeing."

For Marcelis, the goal is to create a collection that will introduce light as something that is more than just functional.

“Lighting, and design objects with integrated light, are more than functional home furnishing products. Light has an impact on how we feel, it creates ambience and atmosphere. Direct light and indirect light can create unexpected effects harmonizing or amplifying our surroundings,” said Sabine Marcelis in a statement. “I wanted to explore how light can be turned into something that is not just purely functional. Light has the ability to transform the look, feel and atmosphere of the home for the better."

IKEA and Marcelis' first collaboration together, IKEA ART EVENT 2021 was released in April of this year.

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