In an attempt to save relationships around the world, IKEA has been experimenting with creating simpler-to build furniture. “We are now into the implementation phase of making it possible for you to click your furniture together,” IKEA’s range and supply chief Jesper Brodin recently told Dezeen.
Brodin went on to say that they plan to implement the simplified method for all its big wood furniture and have already begun began using it in a line of tables and desks called Lisabo. The new method has reportedly already received accolades from design experts, who have praised Lisabo’s “small, nearly invisible solution that cuts down on assembly time by 80 percent.”
Source: Quartz Media