Trending
Google Taps Heatherwick Studio and BIG for Next HQ
  Google has named Heatherwick Studio and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) ...
Design at Launch to Debut at New York Design Week
Smaller Objects is a new line by Claesson Koivisto Rune, ...
New York’s Woolworth Building Reopens to the Public
The crossing of the lobby, showing a vaulted ceiling with ...
Kohler Expands Popular Artifacts Collection To The Kitchen
The best home decor isn’t just beautiful, it’s timeless. Beauty ...
10 Questions With... Matthew Hufft
Craft-forward architect Matthew Hufft has earned international attention for an ...

JOB ZONE

jobseekers:

employers:

 
Weekly Poll
Which flooring trend are you dying to specify?

    Calendar Upcoming Events
    Mar 08
    Coronado, CA, United States

    BITAC Luxury North America 2015

    Mar 09
    Palm Springs, CA, United States

    Interior Design's Giants of Design 2015

    Mar 10
    Frankfurt, Germany

    ISH - Messe Frankfurt

    Mar 10
    Singapore, Singapore

    Maison & Objet Asia

    Mar 12
    San Francisco, CA, United States

    One Night Only San Francisco 2015


    Close Search by date

    or See All Upcoming Events

    industry_article_detail_left_zone

    It's 7pm. Time for a Fab Themed Design Event

    It’s been quite a year for Fab.com. Since launching last June, the 7.5 million+ member social-commerce platform has been offering people around the globe unparalleled access to everyday design products from its offices in New York (recently featured on Interior Design), London, and Berlin.

    Last month, Fab introduced themed week-long shops beginning Friday and Saturday evenings at 7pm. But don’t expect the weekend clearance items typical of most e-commerce sites.

    So far, the shops have included tools for the perfect office, products designed and made in Brooklyn, and Pork….yes Pork (think piggy banks, pigskin footballs, bacon chocolate, cured ham, and even bacon lube).

    Starting this Friday, Fab will highlight Dutch design in a shop that features iconic Dutch brands including Droog and Pastoe, as well as up-and-coming Dutch designers Alissia Melka Teichroew, Frederik Roije, Jorine Oosterhoff and Frank Willems.

    "Dutch design is known for being colorful, quirky and fun while still being cutting-edge—just like Fab,” says Bradford Shellhammer, Fab’s Founder and Chief Design Officer and the brains behind these shops. “We could think of no better part of the world to look to as we launch our themed evening sales.”

    industry_article_detail_central_zone