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Our participants told us that life without play is no life at all I think we really captured something, says Lydia Choi- escape and express. Using play as a tool to relax and improve health is something almost everybody shares - yet there are also some Johansson, one of the intelligence specialists interesting nuances. For instance, in China, play is behind the latest Play Report. Lydia explains why this is serious business for IKEA. revealed in small moments, such as sending funny emojis to friends, whereas in Europe and the US, it's shown in bigger statements, like dress-up What is the Play Report's mission? To reveal parties. I experienced similar cultural differences the emotional needs around play. We've always believed that play is for everyone, but our research hasn't always reflected that. The report to Sweden in my twenties. My daily routine was launched in 2010, when we reached out to over 30,000 children. In 2015 we added teenagers to I found that people have a more playful, "twinkle- our study, then in 2017, adults too. It became less in-the-eye" approach to everyday life. about quantity and more about quality, so our team focused in on roughly 350 people. in my own childhood born in South Korea, I grew up between the US and China, then moved more formal in South Korea, whereas in Sweden What does the future hold? 'We're already thinking about new trends and how we can enable How do you research play? We can't just ask them in our lives. In years ahead, people envision questions like, "How do you play? - to go deeper, developing personal play plans, just like they we had to explore "why". Over an eight-month period, we engaged with people in three continents, will play a role. People (myself included) are using three key channels - an online community struggling to decide whether it's good or bad to (age range: two to 92!), co-creation workshops and play visits. To help analyse the results, we recruited eight play experts, including a magician, positive way. For us at IKEA, a playful mindset will a futurist and happiness guru Danny Bent. would a fitness plan. And, of course, technology bring new tech into our homes, so it's important we feel empowered to integrate it in a more be reflected in everything from ideas meetings to range development, and in all the ways we connect with customers. If we live it, that's how things will come alive. What did you discover? 'The report revealed five universal play needs: explore, repair, connect, Play to explore Set off ona journey and discover something as it is to exchange emojis new. Whether that's outdoors or make time for offline interactions in - with the help of VR, we don't too. Team sports encourage us necessarily need to venture further than our living rooms! Play to connect As much fun Play to express Find an activity that brings out the inner you try painting, theatre or dance Lydia and her IKEA co-workers use this type of play to feel more productive and creative to connect through expressions, gestures and emotions Play to repair Returning to something familiar helps us rebalance our lives and restore wellbeing. Why not dig out old board games or spend time in nature, like you did as a child? Nostalgia is often feel-good. Play to escape We don't always need a change of environment to escape. 'Play can get lost in adult duties, so small moments outside of your routine, or even laughter, can provide relief,' says Lydia Read the full report online at newsroom.inter.IKEA.com