Fast moves

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 05 September, 2004, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 05 September, 2004, 12:00am

Home accessories store ASAP has moved from its Causeway Bay residential-block hideout to a customer-friendly building nearby. Visitors no longer have to punch in a door code to enter the premises; neither do they have to leave their ID card details with the guard. The outlet, which targets 20- to 30-year-olds, now occupies a corner of Cat Store (1F, Kingston Building, 2 Kingston Street, Causeway Bay), a cafe and shop catering to feline fanciers. ASAP owner, Francis Chung

Koon-hei, says he will continue to focus on compact, modern items young decorators can fit into their homes.

Good buys are Tord Boontje's stainless-steel Garland lampshade (right; $498), which can be affixed to any hanging light bulb and has an effect 'similar to suddenly seeing sun peak through leaves'. Another popular item is the white plastic Hopf and Wortmann lamp that appears to drip from the ceiling (far right; $2,980). For more information, call 2808 0847 or visit