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100 Top Interior Designer: Yabu Pushelberg

George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg founded Yabu Pushelberg Studio more than 30 years ago. With Studio in Toronto and New York and current projects in over 16 countries, it is one of the globally leading studios. George and Glenn, as one of the best interior designers in the world, continue to lead and inspire the team of highly experienced architects and designers around them and harnessing the creative designs and original potential of each member in their team. Today, One Hundred Edition brings you the best interior design projects by Yabu Pushelberg.

 

 

 

 

Working increasingly with contemporary design projects and with some of the world’s leading innovators in the retail, hotel and hospitality industries. The work of these top interior designers reflects brainy space planning and an edited method that transcends design trends.

 

 

 

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: Philippe Starck

 

They are known for their unique thought and the topic “Anything is Possible” approach to furniture design. Furthermore, their passion for experimenting with new materials with modern furniture pieces and imitating relationships with independent artisans helps him to defy conventional aesthetics trends.

 

 

 

Their artistic teams are focused on the design and project management of personnel specialized in modern interior design, luxury furniture, and product design, for the hospitality and retail industries.

 

 

 

George and Glenn ‘s partnership is incomparable, and their distinctive creative skills have made them thought leaders in the design world. Dedicated to delivering the unexpected, Yabu Pushelberg constantly change visual models with each finished project, the end result provoking an emotional resonance in the user.

 

 

 

The Yabu Pushelber studios redefine how the world sees and experiences the built environment. The work is designed collectively: it is really imaginative, creative, caring, thoughtful, and honest, while continuously moving between the rational and the innate.

 

 

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: Philippe Starck

 

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