To mark the launch of Ikea's sustainable London Greenwich store, the flat-pack retailer has teamed up with local artists to create a series of homes for wild animals.
In line with its sustainable ethos, the brand and its creative agency Mother have commissioned artists to repurpose its furniture to make a series of homes for woodland creatures.
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 developed a home to provide extra warmth for bats looking to roost. It was engineered fro old Ikea Kvistbro metal tables.
Supermundane, meanwhile, designed a colourful bird box from an Ikea industrial shelving unit.