Luxury British bed maker Savoir has opened its latest concession in Hong Kong. Located in Ap Lei Chau, which is otherwise known as Aberdeen Island, the new show space is based in the area’s famous Horizon Plaza, which boasts 28 floors of high-end furniture and fashion stores.
The new dealership provides an ideal backdrop for Savoir’s luxury hand-crafted beds, and is finished to a high standard. Including the signature Savoir style touches, the space includes subtle hints of gold, contrasted with traditional craft displays.
With six striking bed designs on show, the new 150 sq m space illustrates Savoir’s continued expansion, with 14 showrooms now operating worldwide.
Alistair Hughes, founder and managing director of Savoir Beds, says: “We’re thrilled to have continued our worldwide growth to Hong Kong - which is known as one of Asia’s most thriving shopping destinations. In addition, Savoir's dealer is Brandon Chau, the flamboyant Hong Kong businessman and socialite. Well known for his immaculate sense of style, we are delighted to be working with someone so well connected with the city's movers and shakers. We have every faith that this new venture will be very prosperous for the Savoir brand and hope its fantastic location continues to flourish."
In addition, Savoir is also set to announce another company-owned showroom in March this year.
The new Hong Kong store is now open for business, and will be managed by Kenny Kwok.