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Pebble Planter

by Yabu Pushelberg
for Indigenus Planters

Pebble Planter

by Yabu Pushelberg
for  Indigenus Planters

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The Pebble Planter 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.


Yabu Pushelberg


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.

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