PS 2014 Collection

Ikea’s products are more likely to be purchased on Craigslist for a 20-something’s first apartment than to be specified by an interior designer for a high-end job. But that isn’t keeping the Scandinavian furniture maker from assembling a noteworthy, global design team for the latest version of its PS, or Post Scriptum, Collection. Among the introductions, which target the company’s young and transient customer base, are a wardrobe designed by Paris-based industrial designer Matali Crasset, a barrel-shaped storage table by New York studio Rich Brilliant Willing, and a corner cabinet (shown) and wall shelf by Tokyo-based designer Keiji Ashizawa. Here’s to hoping that the products’ design sensibility extends to their assembly.

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