To mark the launch of Ikea's sustainable Greenwich store, the flat-pack retailer has teamed up with local artists to create a series of homes for wild animals.
In line with the new store's sustainable ethos, the animal homes are made from upcycled Ikea furniture.
Among the wildhomes, Adam Nathaniel Furman has designed 'Bughattan' - an insect city that never sleeps. The nest for solitary bees and wasps was created using old Ikea Ekbacken and Hammarp worktops.
Studio Weave's Je Ahn created a home to provide extra warmth for bats looking to roost from old Ikea Kvistbro metal tables, while Supermundane designed a colourful bird box from an Ikea Industriell shelving unit.
- 'Bughattan' by Adam Nathaniel Furman
- 'Pipi' by Supermundane
- 'The Bug Bud' by Iain Talbot
- 'MånstråleHouse' by Beep Studio
- 'Fladdermösshus' by Studio Weave’s Je Ahn
- 'Dom' by Supermundane
- 'Honey I’m Home!' by Hattie Newman
- 'Hachi House' by Sash Scott & Tamsin Hanke