A SUSTAINABLE BRAND
THAT FOCUSES ON PEOPLE’S WELL-BEING AND PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
HabiWe is a sustainable series of furniture designed by Anne Mygind. Habi is short for habitat, as Anne Mygind, in her designs, focuses on where people choose to live and on their well-being. The HabiCave is the first product launched in the Habi furniture series – a sustainable and sculptural cave that improves the well-being of its users.
We are not a traditional design company. Our focus is, naturally, on aesthetics, but also on developing research-based and sustainable, industrial and functional designs targeted the specific user. We are passionate about creating furniture that ensures the improved well-being of our users, with a significant emphasis on acoustics and reducing stressful noise. Our design is based on research that supports the effects of its use. In this way, we can ensure that the product makes sense for the user.
All HabiWe products are developed with a focus on sustainability, well-being, aesthetics, functionality and acoustics.
Our furniture is designed with a focus on the product’s sustainability throughout its life cycle. This means that every aspect – materials, design, production, distribution, use and disposal – is sustainable.
The goal with the Habi furniture is to help improve people’s well-being and quality of life.
Our furniture is designed with a focus on an aesthetically timeless and innovative design with global references. We love to challenge the conventions of form with new cubist and organic solutions.
We develop excellent and functional furniture that fits people’s needs and targets several age groups.
We develop furniture with a significant focus on acoustics and the reduction of stressful sounds.
“All our products are developed in close collaboration with our users.”
Anne Mygind has an MA in sustainability and industrial design and a BA in fashion and textile design. With 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur in the fashion industry, Anne has great theoretical, professional and practical expertise.
“Generally speaking, the goal with all my designs is for them to make sense for the user, and fill a need. Good design is, to me, when functionality and aesthetics work together, and the product is developed with a focus on protecting our planet.
I think it is exciting to work with the development of designs and the ideas process – to research in which context the product will be featured by analysing the behaviour of the users and the market.
I am a happy and outgoing person who loves challenges, learning and developing. I thrive in collaborations and prefer to work with input from others.”
Health & Rehab Scandinavia
Bella Center in Copenhagen, 16 – 18 November 2021
Startup-Zonen – C2 – 060
Sustainable exhibition in Vejle, March – May 2022
Libraries political summit
Aalborg Kongres & Kultur Center, 21 and 22 April 2022