IKEAs carpet installation will cost the company about $6.5 million, Amazon said Monday.
The company said it will be installed on a warehouse floor at its San Francisco headquarters and will be open to the public starting in January 2020.
IKEas president and chief executive officer Mark Wigfield said in a statement the company “would like to extend a huge thank you to IKEATO and Amazon for their continued support over the past year, and we look forward to an even better partnership in the future.”
The $6 billion project will require the installation of 5,000 to 10,000 IKEa carpet mats.
IKADI, which is headquartered in Paris, France, will pay the installation costs of $1 million.
It said it expects to be ready to deliver carpet by mid-December 2020.
In addition to IKA, Amazon has said it would install carpet in its new campus in London and another in Seattle.
IBABA, which was spun off from Amazon in the past decade, was launched in 2014 and now has operations in nearly 20 countries, including China.
IBACIUS, founded in 2013, offers commercial-grade carpeting in more than 50 countries.