Minimalism and elegance characterize the Y & P Coffee Table. A crisp architectural black-powder coated steel base supports a ¾” glass top with a beveled edge that rests within the table’s beveled frame. This sculptural single-form frame pushes the boundaries of furniture design. The table has a bold aesthetic with slender proportions and a visual lightness, allowing for modern design in both large and small spaces.
Yabu Pushelberg is a global multidisciplinary design studio with an emphasis on holistic design solutions. Founded in 1980 by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, Yabu Pushelberg is now one of the most recognized design firms worldwide. With a foundation in interior design, the firm’s multidisciplinary approach is informed by an endless curiosity and driven by partnerships with thoughtful, creative like-minded people. Evolving to encompass all aspects of design, including product collaborations, textiles, lighting and architecture, each new venture reflects an edited approach that is imaginative, thoughtful and honest – continuously shifting between the rational and the intuitive. With studios in Toronto and New York and current projects in over sixteen countries, attention to detail and a spirit of exploration remain a hallmark of the firm.
First dust with a clean, Dry soft cloth to remove any foreign particles and dust present on the surface. Next a slightly damp cloth should be used to clean the surface, followed by a dry soft cloth to remove the excess moisture. At no time should any abrasives ever be used in an effort to remove dirt etc., nor should any moisture be allowed to stand on wood surfaces. Furniture polishes are not recommended. In addition to the above, consideration should be given to the humidity levels in your home and office environment where fine wood products are found. Keeping humidity at an even level as much as possible throughout the year will greatly extend the life of the natural wood products.
George Yabu & Glenn Pushelberg