Imagine a kitchen table that converts a pan’s heat into electricity or a smart chair that is impossible to sit on if you’ve been too sedentary.
The open-source innovation lab, started by Ikea in Copenhagen’s meatpacking district, brings the worlds creative thinkers together under one awesome roof to solve the future’s biggest home design problems.
“Space10 is a future-living lab and exhibition space in the heart of Copenhagen. Our mission is to investigate the future of urban living by detecting major challenges that will impact people on a global scale, and exploring possible solutions. The overall goal is to create opportunities for a better and more sustainable way of living in the future.”
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“Space10 investigates the future of urban living through a series of labs. Each lab sets out to tackle a specific challenge, and unfolds through a number of talks, workshops, pitch nights, design residencies, exhibitions, collaborative projects, and other formats.
In collaboration with our ever-growing community of visionary designers, artists, technologists, makers and creatives from around the world, we ideate and prototype ideas and solutions to major challenges the global community faces and exhibit them to the world.”