The first Habitat Hong Kong store has opened, more than 50 years after the brand was launched in London.
Located on the 15th floor of Windsor House in Causeway Bay and covering more than 1858 sqm of retail space, the store sells a wide range of household products.
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As the first Habitat outlet in Asia, it offers bedroom, living room and dining room furnishings, as well as cooking utensils, cutlery, home decorations, cushions, duvets, candles, bedding and home accessories. Some of the more unusual products include Tord Boontjes’ Garland Light (a laser-cut metal lampshade) and Claire Norcross’ Aperture Light, an origami paper creation.
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Habitat is one of the world’s biggest furniture retailers, launched in London in 1964 by furniture designer and restorer Terence Conran. Some of the company’s best sellers include the Forum Sofa, designed by Robin Day in 1964 and still being sold.
Habitat store Hong Kong 3In 1969, Habitat opened a further nine stores in the UK and one in Canada, with a mail order catalogue as well. In 1973, it opened its first French store in Paris, and for the next two decades continued to expand across Europe.
Habitat store Hong Kong
Habitat joined Sweden’s Ikano Group in 1992, later joining the independent French retailer Cafom, which specialises in home improvement.

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