New York architects George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg have been partners for over 30 years, both personally and professionally. One of the duo's most jaw-dropping projects is their own home, a 4,000 square-foot minimalist apartment in a well-known Richard Meier building in the West Village.
The loft was a raw space before they shaped it into a layout that's largely open, with the exception of an enclosed center hall and private bedrooms and bathrooms. The décor mixes classic modernism (travertine floors, Italian mid-century furniture) with a few show-stopping pieces, including a cast bronze chair from Nienkämper, a glass deer head by Japanese artist Kohei Nawa, and a reclaimed tree that spent some time at the bottom of a lake before it became a hallway bench.
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