Yabu Pushelberg is a design firm that has handled a variety of projects throughout the years. The company created by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg has been focusing on the design and projects regarding many interiors, furniture, and product designs, for the hospitality and retail industries. Stay with us and discover more about Yabu Pushelberg’s exquisite projects.
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With offices in New York and Toronto and a team of more than a hundred creatives and professionals, Yabu Pushelberg design buildings, interiors, landscapes, lighting, furniture, products, and graphics with a focus that goes well beyond what things look like, to how they make people feel.
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It all began when George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg met while studying interior design at Toronto’s Ryerson University, and decided they want to combine forces and create the best interior design projects.
The two creative geniuses then became as thick as thieves, forming a partnership that would culminate with the establishment of Yabu Pushelberg in 1980. Almost 40 years after, the team has a unique portfolio of projects to show.
It’s not by chance that this design team has a unique reputation! One of the elements that make Yabu Pushelberg a team to be regarded has to do with the fact that they risk exploring many unusual elements to create new and elegant concepts.
The James collection, for example, is defined as an understated exploration of modern masculinity: it’s bold and defined, but it also has a light and elegant design.
However, it’s in hotel design that Yabu Pushelberg has some of its best accomplishments ever in regard to interior design. The Four Seasons Hotel in Kuwait, for example, is a unique visual wonder. For this particular establishment, the design team handled subtle renditions of Middle Eastern motifs.
Another good example of one of their best accomplishments is when Yabu Pushelberg teamed with Rockwell Group to design the interiors for Moxy Chelsea which is located in New York. They mainly handled the bars, restaurants, workspaces, and bedrooms of this unique hotel.
Yabu Pushelberg’s part in this task was to create luxurious, efficient guestrooms in compact spaces. Rockwell Group, on the other hand, focused on enhancing the exuberance of the public spaces of the hotel.
Yabu Pushelberg offers the same attention to detail to every project, from tabletop furniture designs to expansive new developments, and actively looks for partners who share the passion for doing better than what has been done before. For the company, it’s all about designing the world they want to live in.