The formidable plan sees a new start each and every fortnight from now until finally December and a new shop is due to open in Kingston soon, in which the store’s founder Sir Terence Conran was born.
Managing director Clare Askem said: “We’re thrilled that the Mini Habitat structure has established to be these kinds of a achievement with our customers. Three several years back there were just a few Habitat merchants in London however nowadays we are producing the Habitat model available throughout the British isles yet again.”
Every Mini Habitat of about two,five hundred sq ft carries a slimmed-down assortment of the total Habitat range of furnishings and house items and 85 for every cent of the inventory is made by the company’s in-house design studio.
London Mini Habitat merchants are opening in Battersea, Walthamstow, Kingston, Ruislip, Ewell, Orpington and Waltham Cross branches of Homebase and are made to complement the flagship Habitat merchants at Tottenham Court Street, King’s Road and Finchley Highway.
Other mini variations of Habitat are set to open up in Huntingdon and Selly Oak this year.
The furniture organization is celebrating its fiftieth birthday with a variety of particular functions throughout the region which are made to coincide with London Layout Week from September 13 to 21.
The celebrations will consist of a special exhibition at the Kings Road flagship retailer featuring the work of designers Tord Boontje, Claire Norcross, Simon Pengelly, Sarah Campbell, Aaron Probyn and Shin Azumi.