IKEA Launches ‘The Home of Tomorrow’ in Poland
After the success of their SPACE10 project in London, IKEA along with the agency – Must Be Loud have launched a new fun project but this time it’s in a 120-year-old abandoned building in Szczecin, Poland. Exploring the future of new house design, the IKEA House of Tomorrow takes an innovative look at the city life.
The main idea behind the project will be to transform our homes on living organisms so they change and evolve with the people in them. And by integrating nature, the team behind the design teaches the public how to live more sustainably in a waste-free environment.
With a final goal to introduce accessible ideas to finally make ecology accessible to as many people as possible!
Below are the guidelines that will help you create your first home farm.
The Home of Tomorrow is a place where you will see how to make your home live with full respect for nature. You will learn about the new role of houseplants. You will find new, efficient ways to process waste. You will regenerate yourself with light and try the zero waste cuisine. You can even work towards a real change in your city. All of that in a single unique location that will stay in Szczecin until the opening of IKEA store. Why have we created the Home of Tomorrow?
They grow plants, insects and fungi in a sustainable manner. All edible and healthy! On their farm they use spirulina, i.e. a very small algae whose shape resembles a spiral. This might sound a little exotic but you can apply all these solutions at home, even within a small space. Below you can find guidelines that will help you create your first home farm.
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