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Ikea to Celebrate Daylight Saving; Moshe Safdie For Lego

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EVERYWHERE—To help its weary customer base make it through Daylight Saving Time, various Ikea branches around the country are offering a free cup of coffee on Monday. Head over for a full list of participating stores. [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—In May, pop-patterns princess Orla Kiely will release a line of bedding for Bed, Bath, & Beyond. Apartment Therapy has a sneak peek. [Apartment Therapy]

THE INTERNET—Moshe Safdie's Habitat 67—a modular concrete wonderland that the Israeli architect built for the 1967 World's Fair in Montreal—beat out other landmarks such as the Colosseum and Eiffel Tower in Lego's call for the next addition to its architecture series. Still, there's no guarantees that Safdie's design will be produced in miniature: it's a “candidate for a future LEGO Architecture set, but it takes more than popularity to make the grade as a LEGO Architecture icon.” [Architizer]

SAG HARBOR, N.Y.—Curbed Hamptons dug up the listing for the village's least expensive house: a cute little 50-year-old three-bedroom that's asking $390K. [Curbed Hamptons]

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.—Actor Kelsey Grammar has bought a new home; he had been scouting ones in the $7M range. [TMZ]

PHILADELPHIA—Redfin has arrived in Philly! The online real estate agency has already unleashed 40,000 listings in the City of Brotherly Love. [Curbed Philly]