Luke Edward Hall


When Habitat was founded in 1964 by Sir Terence Conran, it revolutionised Britain's homes with its affordable, desirable designs. In 1968 the BBC summed Habitat up as 'a sort of taste supermarket… Conran's package is like an urban dream of farmhouse living. He sells people the present by reinterpreting the past.'

Luke launched his first capsule collection of bold, colourful homewares with Habitat in October 2019.

The collection features illustrative serpents, circus stripes, fringes and figurative artworks that give a glimpse into Luke's colourful mind, re-imagined in collaboration with Habitat’s Design Studio to bring his bold aesthetic to modern spaces.

'I wanted my collection with Habitat to feel playful, slightly surreal, and very romantic. Inspired partly by the circus, partly my love of mythology, I have reinterpreted several of my favourite motifs in new ways. Faces of imagined characters and long lost statues appear on lamps and fringed cushions, whilst emerald green and sky blue striped velvets adorn a classic Habitat armchair and sofa.'

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