Kurt Klynen

Kurt Klynen

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Belgium  ·  Lifelong Learner⎜Teacher⎜Author⎜ Experience Architect⎜Ambassador of Innovation⎜Advocate of Technology ⎜Advisor⎜Presenter⎜Founder @ictatelier_be⎜EduRebel
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20 Ways to Hack, Tweak, Repurpose & Reimagine IKEA's Trofast — From the Archives: Greatest Hits

Skapa is a DIY kids toy made up from one IKEA storage box, one IKEA chopping board and a set of IKEA castors. The concept behind it is to create a toy from readily available materials and then be disassembled for re-use or recycling.

20 Ways to Hack, Tweak, Repurpose & Reimagine IKEA's Trofast — From the Archives: Greatest Hits

Check out these 20 ways to use the use the IKEA Trofast beyond just toy storage. Some are true hacks and reimaginings, others minor tweaks and adjustments.

DIY Lego table using Ikea Trofast storage system. Someday Alex might need this

DIY Lego table using Ikea Trofast storage system. On the top get a piece of wood or something for students to write on and then turn over to use Lego table. Then in the bottom put Legos in one, paper in other, crayons, etc.

Materials: Trofast boxes, jig saw, sand paper, screws Description: Ikea’s toys storage boxes were used both to cover the ceiling, and to create the libraries. With a jig saw I cut the bottom of the boxes which were then fixed to the wall, alternating with closed boxes with LEDs inside. I fixed to the ceiling [&hellip

My TROFAST studio - IKEA Hackers used IKEA toy storage boxes to cover the ceiling over adhesive strips of LEDs for ceiling lights, to wall for libraries and wall lights, to old tables as drawers.

Made of hundreds of IKEA Lack tables, this 32 meter long 3.2 meter high office space divider designed for a communication office.

Made of hundreds of IKEA Lack tables, this 32 meter long meter high office space divider designed for a communication office.