Classic yet fresh. Contemporary yet warm. For some 30 years, the design firm of Yabu Pushelberg has been creating outstanding interiors for everything from hotels to retail spaces and beyond. Furnishings, too, have their role in the Yabu Pushelberg portfolio—capturing the same effortless feel that their interiors do. Most recently, George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg teamed again with the Toronto-based Avenue Road to introduce seven new designs, inspired by locations around the world.
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Seven years ago, designer Jiun Ho made his first trip to South America. Since, then he has made several visits, extensively photographing the stunning landscapes and structures he returns to time and again—the Atacama Desert in Chile, the salt flats of Bolivia, the ruins of Peru’s Machu Picchu.
We first got to know Link Outdoor through its fabulous fabric collection—in particular the great geometric patterns that evoke midcentury glamour (Looking at them, you feel like you're being transported to a Slim Aarons photo.). Since then, we've become big fans of the company's outdoor furniture collections too. There's a great line of teak with stunning, traditional profiles, and another with more contemporary styling. The company's Echo Collection rounds out the firm's furniture options and offers a chic, sophisticated choice for outdoor living.
MASHstudios, known for their furniture collection called LAXseries, based on the specific aesthetic of Southern California, have designed a series inspired by coastal California, aptly titled PCHseries. The collection is centered around the bedroom and is constructed from ample amounts of naturally-treated solid teak and subtle aluminum. The series includes two beds, side tables, dressers and coffee tables all with the same simplicity and natural feeling.
Spanish Architecture firm A-cero has consistently produced innovative and beautiful architecture for the modern age. Headquartered on the outskirts of Madrid, A-cero is headed by Joaquin Torres, and was established in 1996. Fifteen years later, the firm has four global offices and a new furniture collaboration with Sancal.
The name of their design is Ace, and it transfers over much of the architectural modernism seen in A-cero’s buildings. There are clean lines and soft edges, but Ace is most similar to A-cero’s distinctive modular style.