IKEa is looking to make a desktop computer for its own home.
The Danish furniture company is offering a model called the IKEAC Desktop, which is meant to “provide a flexible workspace to complement the living space and family room,” as the company describes it.
It features a range of desktops ranging from the popular Dell Inspiron line, to the “faux wood” ThinkPad X240 laptop, to “real wood” MacBook Pro 13.
It also comes with a custom-made chair and arm chair.
The company says it’s aiming to have a working prototype by September 2019, which it says will be available “in the coming months.”
The company is using an algorithm to determine what the ideal design should look like, and it’s looking for an “artistic, contemporary look” for the design.
IKEac says that it’s also looking for “the most creative and inventive team” to design the desktop, and that the company’s “design team is focused on creating a work of art that truly embodies the unique values of the brand.”
The desktop is expected to cost about $4,000, and will include the base model with an Intel Core i7-7700K processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, and a 1080p IPS display.