Fab Launches New Furniture Brand

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The latest in a seemingly never-ending adjustment in strategy by the online retailer, Fab recently acquired two-year-old Scandinavian design brand One Nordic, and subsequently rolled out Hem, a new furniture venture. This September, Hem will launch in 30 countries with 300 exclusive products to be available online and through three brick-and-mortar showrooms in Germany.

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

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1. Redesign: 2020 Tokyo Olympic Stadium The team at London-based Zaha Hadid Architects is no stranger to Olympic architecture or earning a few medals of their own. The award-winning firm’s London Aquatics Centre played a central role in the capital’s games. Following a successful bid for Tokyo’s 2020 stadium, the group was forced to rethink their original concept following budget cuts and protests from local …

Electric Art Objects

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Believing one’s art and surroundings should reflect their current state of mind and mood, designer Jake Levine recently launched Electric Objects on Kickstarter. The high-definition screen and integrated computer hangs on your wall, blending in with other framed artwork while bringing real-time art updates from galleries and museums around the world—via the internet—to your environment.