A riot of colour and texture, the new, limited edition collection from IKEA which launched last week on March 1 is inspired by Indonesian and South East Asian design traditions. The Jassa collection features an eclectic mix of furniture, textiles and accessories and is about taking familiar things like hand-woven natural fibre objects and batik textiles and transforming them into something new and exciting. It is the creation of Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek and IKEA in-house designers Nike Karlsson, Iina Vuorivirta and Paulin Machado who worked under the guidance of Karin Gustavsson. While each designer was tasked to put his or her own stamp on the collection, the sum of its parts come together to create a cohesive sense of free-spirited fun. The collection includes colourfully patterned cushions, hand-painted plates, a rattan lounger, sofa, armchair, easy chair, pendant lampshades, a room divider, and even a wind chime, and will only be available while stocks last.
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