Ikea to open its pop-up store in Košice

The planning studio is a temporary project.

The IKEA furniture store in BratislavaThe IKEA furniture store in Bratislava (Source: TASR)

The Swedish furniture retailer IKEA will open its second store in Slovakia almost 20 years since the first department store was opened in Bratislava.

Košice will become home to the retailer’s pop-up store in January 2020, as reported by the Sme daily.

A planning studio, in which IKEA will help customers with online purchases and design projects, will be housed on the ground floor of the shopping mall Aupark.

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It is not IKEA’s first initiative targeted at eastern Slovakia. In March 2019, the Swedish company launched the Click & Collect service in Košice, which is operated by the external company No Limit Logistika.

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