Monday, 5 December 2011

IKEA Furniture Was Used for the Opera Stage Design

The opera stage seems to be the last place where one would expect to see IKEA furniture, still it’s exactly where it recently appeared. The furniture pieces from the Swedish retailer were used for stage design of two classic operas, which are not related to either to modern house design or the history of furniture in any way. The brand, which likes to experiment with colours and forms, now has entered a new universe, the opera one, by contributing to the settings of the operas at Teatro Carlo Felice, Geno

IKEA, which is known for its affordable and stylish offerings, has contributed to the set design of two operas, ‘The Bell’ by Gaetono Donizzetti and ‘Gianni Schicchi’ by Giacomo Puccini —one of the performances was set  in the Victorian era and the other took the audience back to the Medieval times. Despite the enormous gap between the era of IKEA and the time described in the operas, the furniture pieces, ranging from stools, tables and buffets to secretaries, libraries and bed frames, were perfectly integrated into the design and added to the atmosphere of each of the performances.


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