The new Ikea at the Ursus factory


IKEA – Wola Park planning studio in Warsaw. photo from ikea

IKEA is preparing to open another planning studio in Warsaw. The opening is scheduled for June 11, in the parking lot of the Ursus plant. This is the second place of its kind, after the IKEA layout studio, which debuted last October. In Warsaw in the shopping center Wola Park.

  • For the first time, IKEA has entered into a collaboration with the developer
  • Designing in IKEA Planning Studio is free and paid
  • IKEA support also applies to, among other things, transportation to the site
  • Orders are paid electronically via a link sent to the customer.

This space will be non-standard: a special, designated container will be located next to the parking lot in the Factory Ursus shopping center.

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We propose a form of meeting that responds to current needs under changing circumstances. Thanks to this, we will be able to help other Poles in arranging their kitchens, planning cabinets or cupboards – says Magorzata Bochenek, Director of Business Development and Development.


The first planning studio from IKEA in Poland in Wola Park

The IKEA planning studio is located next to the development company Dantex.

Upon receiving the keys to their apartment, Dantex customers will also receive a starter package from IKEA with a coupon for the purchase of accessories, which will be carried out in Warsaw furniture stores of this chain.

This is IKEA’s first collaboration with a developer.

IKEA is testing new places and ways to meet

The network wants to make it easy for customers to arrange the space according to the current needs of the family.

The Swedish concern recorded a 45% increase in online sales in 2020. In fiscal year 2021, the share of online sales of total IKEA sales has already reached 29%. That’s why intimate planning studios that are easily accessible without massive furniture stores in the background are now the focus of IKEA.

For years, the chain has been proud of the fact that qualified designers draw up plans for a custom-made kitchen, a custom wardrobe, and an optimally functional storage system.

We strive to make all forms and places of meeting with customers as easy as possible and to ensure that they respond well to needs – we read in the IKEA ad.

From IKEA Life at Home Report 2021 We know the brand has confirmed intuition that the way a home is arranged and how family members perceive it matters a lot. Space has a powerful influence on well-being, relationships, and balance in everyday life.

Personal space has gained a lot of importance during the pandemic. Because of the closure, the home has become the center of the world and family life has become more intense.

People are starting to become more aware of how they use the space they have. They began to approach the issue of relaxation and active time more consciously, as reported by IKEA.

After the pandemic, we evaluate the most important activities to maintain mental balance at home:

  • sleep (61%)
  • time spent with a partner (36%),
  • Food (31%) i
  • cooking (27%)

All of these areas of life have always been at the center of IKEA’s interests.

home space planning

First you need to register for a meeting at IKEA.pl/planowanie.

Just in time in Planning Studio – with the subtle support of a professional – everyone can design their kitchen, wardrobe, and wardrobe. You can also discuss a previously developed project yourself – this possibility is provided by the programs that IKEA provides online.

Collaborative design in the planning studio for IKEA customers is available in two options.

The free basic principle assumes that during a 45-minute consultation, the specialist will verify the client’s concept, refine details and answer questions.

The extended option costs PLN 79, for which we get a two-hour meeting with a consultant. An IKEA employee will plan the arrangement of furniture and household appliances, advise on functional solutions, create a 3D design from scratch, prepare an order diagram with product pricing along with transportation, assembly and installation of household appliances.

Many meeting places will be created with clients.

The planning studio has an area of ​​\u200b\u200b50-100 square meters. The place was designed by IKEA in such a way that it is convenient and with all precautions to have a conversation with the customer.

With IKEA Planning Studio, we want to propose such a form of meeting that will bring the IKEA presentation closer and respond to needs in changing circumstances. Thanks to this, we will be able to help other Poles in arranging their kitchens, planning cabinets or cupboards – says Magorzata Bochenek, Director of Business Development and Development.

The service is inclusive: Assistance also applies to additional services, including ordering transportation to your home or the nearest pick-up point at the specified location.

After the order is created, payment is made via a link that is sent to the customer’s device (computer or smartphone).

The first planning studio from IKEA opened on October 21, 2021 in the Wola Park shopping center in Warsaw at 124 Górczewska Street and is open from 10:00 to 22:00.

IKEA announces that it will gradually open:

  • Planning studio IKEA Rzeszów in Millenium Hall, Aleja Majora Wacława Kopisto 1, opening hours: 10:00 – 21:00,
  • IKEA Kielce Planning Studio at Galeria Echo, ul. Świętokrzyska 20, opening hours: 09:00 – 21:00,
  • IKEA Olsztyn Planning Studio in Galeria Warmińska, ul. Towema 26, opening hours: 10:00 – 21:00,
  • IKEA Zielona Góra Planning Studio in Focus Mall, ul. Wrocławska 17, opening hours: 09:00 – 21:00,
  • IKEA Planning Studio Bielsko-Biała in Gemini Garden, ul. Leszczyńska 20, opening hours: 09 – 21:00,
  • IKEA Częstochowa Planning Studio in Galeria Jurajska, Aleja Wojska Polskiego 207, opening hours 10:00 – 22:00,
  • IKEA Planning Studio Toruń at Atrium Copernicus, ul. Stanisława Żółkiewskiego 15, opening hours: 09:00 – 21:00.

About IKEA:

The Ingka Group * in Poland owns:

  • 11- IKEA stores,
  • 88 IKEA order collection points (including mobile points)
  • 8 IKEA planning studio run by IKEA retail store.
  • 5 shopping centers operated by Ingka Centers Polska
  • A distribution center supplying 35 IKEA stores in Central and Eastern Europe, in Jarosti near Piotrków Trybunalski
  • 6 wind farms in Poland that produce more renewable energy than the annual energy consumption associated with IKEA operations on the Polish market belong to the Ingka Group.

In fiscal year 2021, more than 22.5 million people visited Polish IKEA stores, and the IKEA.pl site recorded more than 163 million visits.

* The Ingka Group, formerly the IKEA Group, is the largest IKEA franchisee.
It operates nearly 400 stores in 32 countries.
Ingka is named after the founder of IKEA – Ingvar Kamprad.

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