- The Manish Arora installation you can’t miss
- Interiors that every DIY-fanatic would dream about
- Don’t know how to sew? You can always learn
- Explore a new hobby at The Hab
The Manish Arora installation you can’t miss
Whether or not you're interested in the crafts, the kitschy sewing machine installation by designer Manish Arora is enough to make you peer out of your rickshaw if you're commuting on the bustling Linking Road. So it’s no exaggeration when we say that the The Hab is probably one of the most well designed stores we’ve ever stepped foot in.
Interiors that every DIY-fanatic would dream about
With an elaborate floor plan, The Hab is every DIY-fanatic’s dream come true. Woolen yarns in every shade sit in vintage jars on one of the walls. On the other, buttons in every shape, beads in every size and sequins that'd catch every little girl's fancy. It’s quite clearly the biggest congregation of craft paraphernalia you’ve ever seen.
Don’t know how to sew? You can always learn
The lovely thing about The Hab? They don't just sell sewing materials; they also inspire and teach you to put it to good use. With a center space allocated for children and adults to learn the basics sewing and embroidery, they’ll even allow you take a go at one of their many sewing machines if you get really good.
Explore a new hobby at The Hab
Specifically designed to inspire children and artists to learn and collaborate over art projects, The Hab also hosts a number of festive workshops to help people discover the lost art of sewing and explore a potential new hobby. An experiential store in every sense of the word, we can't wait to register ourselves at the next workshop and learn to sew some funky name tags and greeting cards.