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High-End Design on an Ikea Budget

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If you’re looking to create high-end design on an Ikea budget, take inspiration from Japanese artist and architect Takayoshi Kitagawa, who renovated his parents’ 38-year-old apartment and studio in Osaka and transformed it into a dynamic, modernist living space. Kitagawa worked primarily with Ikea’s KALLAX shelving units, which come in multiple models and configurations. And he got the idea to transform them into parabolic forms after draping duct tape from the ceiling, which drooped down to create the U-shaped orientations.

Spoon & Tamago has all the fascinating pictures of this truly innovative creative way to make DIY even more DIY. Head there via the link below to learn more about how this project came about.

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