Snap yourself up an archive IKEA piece or two

Get digi digging, artist Harry Stayt is clearing out some of his archive IKEA collection incl. chairs and lamps.

WORDS Adam Bryce

IKEA might be best known for a starring role in the fast furniture movement but some of their more obscure, playful (and older) pieces have become rather collectable.

Launching Thursday 26 November, BILLY is a one-off archive sale which will feature more than 100 discontinued IKEA products including Verner Panton’s ‘Vilbert’ chair, Niels Gammelgaard’s ‘Ted Net’ chair and Harry Allen’s ‘Kila’ lamp.

Named after the company’s best selling ‘Billy’ bookcase, the collection spans five decades of furniture, catalogues and accessories, with a particular emphasis on 1980s and early 1990s pieces.

International shipping in the mix so be at the ready for some swift purchasing to ensure you get the iconic archive piece of your dreams.

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