The brand is known for prac­ti­cal yet finely de­signed fur­ni­ture and home ac­ces­sories that trans­form liv­ing spa­ces into beau­ti­ful in­te­ri­ors

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take the cen­trestage. These in­clude the Jac­ques chaise lounge, which was de­signed and cre­ated with re­spect to the rules of zero grav­ity. The head and legs are placed slightly higher than the heart—the op­ti­mum po­si­tion for best com­fort and re­lax­ation. Jac­ques was one of the star pieces of the Au­tumn-win­ter 2015 col­lec­tion, Me­trop­o­lis.

Light­ing op­tions are also avail­able, of which, the Rib­bon and Para­sol lamps are some of the crowd favourites. One can also select from a range of scents among Habi­tat can­dles and dif­fusers. “We are happy to bring these prod­ucts to the Philip­pines. Here in Manila, we have about 3,500 home pieces in our in­ven­tory, each ex­udes Habi­tat’s de­sign Dna…ur­ban chic and use­ful,” says Seiler. “The brand is per­fect for home de­sign lovers who ad­mire the ca­sual chic life­styles of Paris, Lon­don, Madrid, and other Euro­pean cities,” he adds.

Habi­tat’s de­sign re­volves around Con­ran’s phi­los­o­phy: use­ful can be beau­ti­ful and beau­ti­ful can be af­ford­able. “Our pieces are timeless. Some of the de­signs here have been around for many years and the mar­ket still looks for them. We try to make ev­ery prod­uct use­ful, beau­ti­ful, and af­ford­able. Each cre­ation also goes through a cre­ative process with the help of our in-house de­sign­ers, which starts with iden­ti­fy­ing new trends and com­bin­ing them with what’s al­ready done in the past. It’s al­ways a bal­ance be­tween roots and in­no­va­tion,” he in­tones.

And prac­ti­cally speak­ing, with Habi­tat, ev­ery col­lec­tion makes the art of liv­ing ac­ces­si­ble to every­one.

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