Furniture designers don’t often get the chance to correct their mistakes: Their products are on the market for a couple of years and, with few awesomely popular exceptions, eventually get dropped from their manufacturers’ catalogs to make room for new stock. But Ikea, the go-to big box for affordable Scandinavian design, has given its designers the opportunity to revise their work (as well as that of their predecessors), adding increased functionality and sustainability.
Hem, the furniture design company from Fab co-founder Jason Goldberg, debuted its first collections since their September 2014 launch. The new pieces include the Key coffee table that assembles in 30 seconds sans tools, and the Palo... Read Post
You could have fooled us. Wait, actually, you did. The best special effects are often the ones you never notice--which may make Ikea the most skillful special effects studio in the world. The Swedish furniture company has been aggre... Read Post