IKEA’s New Chair Is Created Using 3D Knitting

IKEA’s New Chair Is Created Using 3D Knitting

The same manufacturing technique was used to create Nike's Flyknit Shoes

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 16 december 2016

Every few years, the Swedish furniture retailer IKEA brings together artists and designers for its experimental PS (Post Scriptum) Collection. This year’s PS 2017 Collection revolved around themes of multipurpose use, recycled materials and innovative manufacturing methods. IKEA’s PS 2017 Armchair fits in the latter category, using a complex 3D knitting technique that supports your dorsal with a nearly seamless fabric.

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