An understated exploration of the modern masculinity.
The James collection is an understated exploration of modern masculinity – at once bold and defined, but also light and elegant. The range includes a chaise, desk, stool and bar trolley, each one meticulously proportioned and ergonomically shaped.
All four pieces have been designed to turn negative space into an aesthetic feature, making use of floating planes and wireframes to lend them an air of sleekness and simplicity. Full of subtle details and stowaway compartments, James is subtly inspired by the world of performance cars.
The automotive references are also echoed in the materials: warm and tactile black metal, walnut wood and sable-tone matte leather.
Serendipitously brought together in 1980 by a shared hunt for a studio space, George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg have created a globally renowned collaborative interior architecture and design practice driven by curiosity, experimentation and attention to detail. From its studios in New York and Toronto, Yabu Pushelberg brings together innovative materials, talented artisans and a trend-transcending approach that has firmly established the practice as an international creative leader, celebrated for the personality and emotional resonance of the designs it produces.