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How Yabu Pushelberg's Founders Furnished Their NYC Pad

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Considering that design firm Yabu Pushelberg crafts beautiful, thoughtful interiors for restaurants and living spaces alike, it's no surprise that principals George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg's own home is glittering minimalist perfection. Located in a Richard Meier-designed tower in NYC, the 4,000-square-foot space is a testament to what Wallpaper calls a "timeless Fifth Avenue aesthetic," though with an extra smattering industrial concrete columns and almost no color to speak of besides neutral whites and tans.

Though interiors with such strict parameters might sound, well, a little boring, the couple's extensive art collection—which includes things like walls of bug-eyed caricatures, diamond-encrusted taxidermy, and metallic busts—adds an unexpected funky element. Furniture choices that vary from natural wood pieces, to classic, to almost scifi-esque modern also combat any trace boringness. See it all, this way.

· A tour of design duo Yabu Pushelberg's home and some of their recent projects [Wallpaper]
· Tranquil Modernism [Automatism]
· All Yabu Pushelberg coverage [Curbed National]
· All Yabu Pushelberg coverage [Curbed NY]