Building on its ongoing aim to bring future classics for contemporary living spaces, kapok has partnered with Vitra to open the Swiss family-owned furniture company’s first official store in Hong Kong.
Joining the expansive retailer lineup at fledgling cultural-retail location K11 MUSEA, “vitra. at kapok” caters to the growing focus on living spaces merging the innovative lifestyle and homeware concepts of both names. The space brings thoughtfully creative, high-quality and comfortable furniture and accessories that effectively bring new life to homes, workspaces and more.
vitra. at kapok is simply divided into “the apartment,” “the shop,” “the library” and “the cafeteria” areas for easy perusal. “the apartment” showcases the modern outlook of Vitra furniture, “the shop” delivers kapok accessories and Vitra miniatures, “the library” highlights insights into culture, fashion and design, while “the cafeteria” offers curated food and beverage choices. Finally, “the chair” displays a wide arrange of classic designs by Verner Panton, Jean Prouvé and Isamu Noguchi, along with contemporary forms from Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Jasper Morrison, Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby.
Take a look inside vitra. at kapok at K11 MUSEA above.
vitra. at kapok
shop 123, 1/F,
18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui,
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