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Democratic Design

Photo of RIGGAD work lamp with wireless charging

WITH WIRELESS CHARGING WINS PRESTIGIOUS IF DESIGN AWARD

We’re pleased to announce that RIGGAD has been presented with an iF award - one of the world’s leading design awards. Chosen from more than 5,000 entries, the lamp was presented with with an iF label in the category Lighting.

iF awards outstanding achievements in design. We are very honoured,” says Björn Block, Range Manager for Lighting and IKEA Home Smart at IKEA of Sweden AB.

Many people see charging their mobile phone as a chore. So  IKEA developed RIGGAD, a lamp that charges your phone while you work. The result? Less stress and fewer cables. The work lamp has a charger puck hidden inside the lamp base. Just put your phone on the plus sign, and that’s it.*

I wanted the charger to blend in easily to make charging a natural part of your home,” says David Wahl, designer at IKEA of Sweden AB.

*Some phones will need a cover to make them work. VITAHULT charging covers are available at the IKEA stores.

See the wireless charging series


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Life at home

“At home” isn’t just a place. It’s a feeling. Like being in the most comfortable space in the universe. So for us, understanding people’s life at home is the most natural place to start.
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Child safety

At IKEA, the safety of our customers is always number one, not least when it comes to the most important people on the planet – our children.
 
 
 
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Innovative design

We began learning about the production of furniture 60 years ago. We had just begun to design our own furniture and needed to learn how best to match the possibilities of the supplier with the needs of the customer. Bringing the two closer together was how we would keep prices low.

Innovative design
Close up of integratied wirelss charching station on an IKEA floor lamp (right).

What’s next?

We’re much too curious to wait around for trends to arrive. We prefer to ask, “What can we do to make things better, so that everyday life will be better?”

What's next