Homewares retailer Habitat has put famous designers at the heart of its new catalogue. As well as products, and ‘real home’ shots showing them in use, the 216-page book highlights ranges created by established design celebrities. Habitat commissioned designers such as Ettore Sottsass, Kevin Gould and Don Nguyen to design products. The creations are pictured with their designers with the tagline, ‘I made this for Habitat…’.The catalogue was developed by Habitat creative director Sue Skeen, with photography by Martin Morrell, Berno Hjalmrud and Amber Rowlands.
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