IKEA has this week unveiled a new range of IKEA furniture called the Regissör, that it’s designed and built that requires no tools to build, using wooden fittings instead to hold the panels of the unit together.
IKEA has always provided innovative flat packing furniture designs and its latest Regissör range includes wooden fittings that are already in place, requiring the panels to be simply pushed together. Check out the video after the jump to learn more and see just how quickly I tear shelving and units can be constructed using the new system.
As you would expect from IKEA the new Regissör construction method is more environmentally friendly than previous methods. As demonstrated in the video below the Regissör manufacturing process reduces the amount of trees required to build the furniture, by using innovative concertina panels that save wood but still provide the strength required.
IKEA claims that unit in the new Regissör rangeCan be assembled in under five minutes and will be available to purchase in stores later this month. Additional units and furniture within the Regissör will also be rolling out in the spring of 2015.
For more information on the new Regissör range of furniture jump over to the IKEA website for details.
Source: GizmodoFiled Under: Design News, Top News