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Ikea has collaborated for the first time with an Italian designer for one of its products

IKEA has introduced a new chair designed by Italian creator Gio Tirotto, marking the first time the Swedish giant has collaborated with an Italian designer for one of its products. Tirotto expressed the significance of the challenge, stating that crafting a chair for IKEA involves creating a design that is accessible to a wide audience. He emphasized the brand's commitment to simplicity in assembly, a key social aspect of IKEA products. The chair, named Ensholm, stands out for its assembly requiring only ten Allen screws. Explore further to discover the allure of this new IKEA chair and the reasons behind its appeal.

Tirotto named the chair Ensholm as a homage to IKEA, drawing inspiration from a Swedish island. The designer's eco-friendly project is crafted for outdoor use but effortlessly transitions to indoor spaces. Available in a harmonious green shade, the chair seamlessly integrates with lush surroundings. Ensholm boasts technical features like stackability and is constructed from painted steel, with the seat and back frame enveloped in a plastic mesh fabric secured by a zipper. The rear legs extend slightly beyond the backrest, forming a practical handle for easy chair movement without direct contact with the fabric.

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