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Ikea Launches New Functional Collection For People With Disabilities

Monday 17 June 2019

 

From Metro.co.uk:

 

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The new range is being released in May 2020
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Ikea launches new functional collection for people with disabilities

By Hattie Galdwell
Monday 10 June 2019
© 2019 Associated Newspapers Limited.

Ikea has announced that it will launch a new collection of furniture specially designed for people with disabilities.

The functional furniture will be released in May 2020, and was announced during the store’s annual Democratic Design Day.

The OMTÄNKSAM collection will be made to assist people with disabilities with different kinds of functional needs, to make getting around the house easier and more comfortable.

The range will feature products for the bedroom, bathroom and kitchen, with products including additional padding for seats, vases that are easier to lift and jar grippers.

The new collection is being released because Ikea wants to change the way companies address disabilities.

 

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