A hub for all things wild and wonderful, Fab.de scouts the globe for a worldwide roster of uncannily awesome design products served up at reasonable prices, sending you a daily dose of it straight to your inbox. Everything from vintage furniture, cat scratching turntables and steel arm bands displaying New York’s MTA system are just an inkling of the kind of products that have solidified its ever-growing reputation.
Roman Kirsch, CEO of Fab, has a worldwide reputation himself, having shuttled between Los Angeles, London, Moscow and Hamburg before he ended up in thriving Berlin. With its driven start-up scene and preeminent role as a design capital, Fab.de has flourished in a place where taking chances and having first-time experiences are essential parts of the city’s spirit.
In his guide to Berlin, Kirsch has picked some places that mean much to both him as well as the Geist of the city as a whole. From shadows of its past to the ebullient cultural hubs of its present, these are the places where Berlin’s identity has been forged and is currently being molded for the future.
24 hours with Ólafur páll in reykjavik
Start the day off with a coffee at Tiu Dropar
Take a relaxing swim in Reykjaviks great thermal pools