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  • IKEA is making its furniture 'hackable'
  • IKEA is making its furniture 'hackable'
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IKEA is making its furniture 'hackable'

Shoppers have long repurposed products from IKEA due to their simplicity and affordability. Delaktig is an open platform being developed by the Swedish retailer to bring the growing furniture hacking community together in one place to buy easily adaptable designs.

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