George Yabu & Glenn Pushelberg's West Village Apartment

George Yabu & Glenn Pushelberg's West Village Apartment

Sarah Coffey
Jun 13, 2011

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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