The Pebble collection, for Indigenus designed by Yabu Pushelberg, embodies organic elegance ideally suited for any style or setting. Its soft, fluid form effortlessly captures the essence of nature, while its asymmetrical design creates a captivating interplay of positive and negative space. This collection pays homage to the beauty of the natural world, specifically drawing inspiration from the amorphous shapes found in the wild.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, Pebble presents a family of concrete planters that gracefully emulate the gentle curves and contours discovered in nature’s embrace. Despite its modest size, Pebble significantly impacts the aesthetic of any natural landscape. Each planter is thoughtfully designed to stand together as a cohesive ensemble or shine individually as standalone pieces, effortlessly integrating into diverse environments.
Beyond its aesthetic allure, Pebble boasts exceptional functionality, purposefully constructed to accommodate larger plants and trees. With unwavering support and stability, these planters provide an ideal foundation for botanical masterpieces, allowing nature’s grandeur to flourish in all its glory.
From tabletop objects to expansive new developments, Canadian designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg design places and products: immersive environments, compelling destinations, and considered goods. Yabu and Pushelberg have been partners in life and business for more than 30 years. They met in design school at Ryerson University in their hometown of Toronto back in the mid-1970s. Their studio, Yabu Pushelberg, was founded in 1980 and is now present in 19 countries. With an emphasis on interior design, they have expanded their firm into a multidisciplinary practice that addresses multiple layers of the human experience. For them, it’s all about designing the world they want to live in.
The focus of these designers goes well beyond what things look like, to how they make people feel. Yabu and Pushelberg have perfected this approach, working with companies like B&B Italia, Bergdorf Goodman and Linteloo.