yabu pushelberg debuts updated BLINK collection at clerkenwell design week
 
yabu pushelberg debuts updated BLINK collection at clerkenwell design week yabu pushelberg debuts updated BLINK collection at clerkenwell design week
may 20, 2015

yabu pushelberg debuts updated BLINK collection at clerkenwell design week

yabu pushelberg debuts updated BLINK collection at clerkenwell design week
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yabu pushelberg updates their BLINK collection for stellar works just in time for clerkenwell design week in london. through the 21st of may, visitors will be able to view and enjoy pieces from the collection, which now features a light, fun palette of coral and grey. the colors add an ethereal brightness to the works, which helps reinforce the sweet, emotive feel at the core of the design.

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pieces are adorned with physical iconography

 

 

 

using cleverly imagined imagery, ‘BLINK’ examines the often fluid relationships and connections between people, furniture, and the built environment. the line includes the ‘easy chair’, coffee and side tables, two seater sofa, screen, and large/small cabinets. three unique icons; a hand, eye, and perfect circle (representing a mouth) personifies each object. the eye and hand evokes the circular nature of design — seen things are transmitted to physical ideas, then observed and altered in a never ending cycle. to complete the pieces, a discreet range of materials was chosen, such as stained white oak, brass, and matte black metal.

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a visual vocabulary of gentle forms, soft curves, and clean lines

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yabu pushelberg BLINK collection stellar works clerkenwell designboom
the updated color palette reinforces the simple sweetness at the core of the design

 

 

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