New collection 2018

Focus on artistry and fun, colorful design at Habitat Manila

The Baci sofa as featured in Habitat Manila's new collection

Hello, Manila!

If you’ve been following our social media accounts, you might have noticed that we teased a number of products from our new collection. They lit up our feed with so much color and fresh, cheeky shapes and patterns. They gave an impression of following no singular motif or high-concept theme. But really, in its own way, the collection you’ve seen so far has a distinct cadence, light and energetic, showing that sophisticated design can also be a lot of fun.

For this year’s products Habitat tapped a number of young creatives to play with the concept of haute couture. Their task was to infuse new poetry into practical, everday objects, and make them look “high fashion.” Of course the process resulted in designs that flirted with the idea of haute couture, but also jostled its doctrines in humorous, friendly ways.    

The Victorine armchair  is an oversized, modern take on the bergère chair of 18th century France. 

Habitat new collection Victorine armchair

Featured designers of Habitat’s new collection

Livening up living areas

Habitat looks at refreshing interiors with bright pops of color and contemporary renditions of classic designs. Elegant can also be fun and humorous; intelligent design can also be light and playful.  

Habitat's new collection of fun and stylish furniture and accessories

Top half, from left: Kabane decorative wooden houses, P 455-655; Janine cushion by Janine Rewell, P 1,745; Jade grey stoneware vase, P 2,995; Gombo vase by Floriane Jacques, P 1,595; Emilio blue metal magazine tray, P 4,200; Nina coat rack by Baptiste Lanne, P 10,500; and the Infinite Stairway rug by design firm Epiforma, P 21,500

Bottom: Baci 3-seat sofa in fabric and leather, P 139,500; Karelle glass vase with strap, P 2,750; Marta chair in grey, P 18,500; and finally the Eva chair in mustard, P 7,800

Habitat Eva chairs and Gerry table perfect for dining or a work space

The new Eva chairs in mustard and black (P 7,800 each, also available in white) are perfect in a dining room or in a home office. Multi-use furniture like these and the Gerry oak table (P 70,500, incoming) are ideal for compact homes.

Habitat Pivot table by Goncalo Campos

The Pivot table (P 27,900), designed by Gonçalo Campos from Lisbon, gracefully folds into a console when seating just two.  The tabletop is unique in its bi-color halves, dark and light wood. It is a piece that proves the practical and the beautiful pair off naturally. 

Blues and blacks can be both elegant and playful in Habitat's new collection

The Kosi rug (P 28,500), center, surrounded by more new items. From bottom left: Kamelia bathroom accessories, P 1,250-1,750; Kler metal table lamp, P 6,995; Kalista wire pendant lamp, P 4,150; Khaleesi black glass vase, P 3,200; King celadon and gold bowl, P 2,750; and the King blue and gold tray, P 3,250 

Romantic dinnerware

Habitat Klaire range of celadon porcelain

The Klaire range is made out of porcelain in a delicate celadon color. Its irregular finish gives it an organic and rustic look, perfect for casual, initimate dining on the weekends. 

Drop candle holders by Spyros Kizis for Habitat

Spyros Kizis’ exclusive piece, Drop (P 4,150), is such a visual treat. A thin magnetic metal plate acts as a base upon which three steel candle holders delicately “float” above the surface.

Nostalgic shapes and prints on Habitat's tabletop

Clockwise from top left: Kosmo stoneware soup plate, P 765; Artois large wine glass, P 550; Esbo 18cm marble container with bamboo lid, P 2,350; and the Helsinki glass tumblers in smoke grey and pink, P 625 each

Royal relaxation

The Kilys pattern is seen in the next video, lending a regal look to bed linen, a lamp shade, and the bestselling Bold armchair. The print, also designed by Floriane Jacques, is inspired by the fleur-de-lis, a royal emblem from ancient Egypt and monarchical France.

Aura, Karthus and Kopen from Habitat's new collection

Curl up in the Aura armchair in beige, P 18,995; with the Karthus metal pendant with wooden top, P 5,500 (incoming), overhead; and your feet resting on the Kopen faux fur rug in off-white, P8,500 

Kroix armoire from Habitat's new collection

The Kroix armoire’s design is inspired by the moucharabiehs – latticework window filters made of wood, most often found in traditional Arabic architecture.

The Kool area rug, Viken armchair and Ruban floor lamp from the new collection are beautifully mixed with Habitat favorites

The Kool rug (P 28,500), Viken oak armchair (P 42,500 for indent order), and Ruban floor lamp (P 17,900) mix beautifully with Habitat favorites like the Posada sofa and Leaf shelves

We’d love to share more of our new collection with you

To see more of Habitat’s newest collection, visit our showroom on 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig at the 3rd floor of Abenson beside The Ascott. Or you may call (63 2) 887 5247, or e-mail

Habitat is also at 2nd level Glorietta 3, Ayala Center, Makati City, and the 2nd level of U.P. Town Center, Diliman Quezon City. More information on these locations are available here.

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