The design team working on Ikea's Africa collection, drawn from across the continent and a range of disciplines.
The Ikea house, designed by Ivorian architect Issa Diabate, at the 22nd Design Indaba conference in Cape Town, where the collaboration has been announced.
Wish you were here? – Ebrah Pavilion in the town of Assinie-Mafia, Ivory Coast, designed by Koffi & Diabaté architectes.
The firm's managing director Issa Diabate is one of 12 designers chosen to create Ikea's first Africa range, set for launch in 2019.
The eclectic line-up includes designers from a range of disciplines and countries across the continent.
Wear it well – South African fashion designer Sindiso Khumalo has launched her own label focused on sustainable contemporary fabrics.
Doctor in the house – Christian Benimana is Rwanda Program Director for MASS Design Group, which has delivered projects such as doctor's housing in the town of Butaro.
Out of this world – Senegalese fashion designer Selly Rabby Kane is known for her surreal style, such as with her 'Alien Cartoon' range.
Take a pew – The award-winning Kenyan firm Studio Propolis counts furniture among its specialisms, including these two sided timber pews for a cathedral.
Back to the future – South African knitwear designer Laduma Ngxokolo creates clothes inspired by the aesthetics of the Xhosa community.
Heavyweight backing – Ikea has 392 stores in 48 countries, and recently announced record revenue of over $35 billion for 2016.
It is hoped that the retail giant's support will provide lasting benefits for African designers.