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Helping the many people to cultivate a home sanctuary and live sustainably, with masterclasses, talks and interactive experiences by expert creatives.

The IKEA Virtual Greenhouse

3D viewing room
Fungarium
Wang & Soderstrom

The IKEA Virtual Greenhouse is a series of masterclasses, live talks and interactive experiences by expert creatives in food, wellbeing, sustainability and botany. From mood flowers to urban foraging to caring for bees, they’re designed to help cultivate a more sustainable, balanced life at home.

The IKEA Virtual Greenhouse is a series of masterclasses, live talks and interactive experiences by expert creatives in food, wellbeing, sustainability and botany. They’re designed to help cultivate a more sustainable and balanced life at home.

The outbreak of COVID-19 has accelerated our quest for health, holistic wellbeing and sustainable living practices. With an increasing majority of us now living in urban spaces with minimal access to nature and wildlife, the pandemic has provided us with an opportunity for introspection – a chance to reflect, reset and re-evaluate what’s important to us. The result is a more conscious approach to consumption and a desire to live a more balanced life, with less.

Each session provides practical, how-to insights, from plant care to preserving seeds, making a Japanese kokedama ball or creating a home mini terrarium. They’re designed to help the many people create a life at home in which they can truly flourish.

IKEA Virtual Greenhouse creatives have developed their own hand-crafted and unique content for how people can make home a sanctuary, filming it all from their own most personal spaces – be that home or creative studio.

IKEA

The IKEA vision is to create a better everyday life for the many people. Our business idea is to offer well-designed, functional and affordable, high-quality home furnishing, produced with care for people and the environment. The IKEA retail business is operated through a franchise system. Today, 12 different groups of companies market and sell the IKEA product range under franchise agreements with Inter IKEA Systems B.V. IKEA was founded in Sweden in 1943.