This design series recalls natural elements and uses earthy shades

Pebble and Amanu series by Yabu Pushelberg propose organic shape and asymmetrical design, while exploring the beauty of teak for indoor and outdoor environments. 

Yabu Pushelberg design studio developed products for many of the world’s top furniture design brands. Their latest collaboration with Indigenus produced the Pebble series, planters distinguished by a soft organic shape and asymmetrical design.

“Indigenus was thrilled to be approached by Yabu Pushelberg to collaborate on a range. We wanted something resonating with the earth and rocks. The Pebble is a perfect execution of that idea”, says Peter van der Post, CEO and founder of Indigenus. The planters are designed to contain bigger liners making them suitable for larger plants and trees. The series is available in earthy colours such as brown, sandstone and terracotta, along with their monochrome options. 

To this collection is added Amanu, Yabu Pushelberg’s third furniture series for Tribu, designed for indoors and outdoors. Exploring the organic beauty of teak, the studio crafted a dining table, chairs and chaise lounge - their name nods to the Amanu Atoll, a rare island formation in French Polynesia.

Standing as a collective or independently, Amanu represents a durable collection of furniture, housing generous proportions, softness and stability. Amanu’s dining and lounge chairs are distinguished by a pared back teak frame that suspends woven seats mid-air, giving the illusion of a floating chair. Defined by its smooth and stable teak body, the table anchors connection.  

Pebble (Indigenus), Amanu (Tribu)
Design studio:
Yabu Pushelberg

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