Yabu Pushelberg is a refined Canadian studio specializing in interior design, led by Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu. Having met at Ryerson University in Toronto, the two founded the studio of the same name in 1980 and have since been an inseparable couple both at work and in life. Yabu Pushlebrg can count on two main offices (Toronto and New York) and on six different teams of designers, for a total of over a hundred collaborators. Among their most famous creations are hotel interiors (such as the Four Seasons in Toronto and Tokyo or the W Hotel in Times Square in New York) and large retail projects (including two historic department stores in New York, Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys), but over the years they have also intensified their activity as furniture designers, where they are characterized by the elegant rounded shapes of their creations. Among the main collaborations are those with Molteni & C., B&B Italia, Tribù, Ligne Roset, Stellar Works, Salvatori, Glas Italia, Henge, Linteloo and many others. In 2013 they were awarded the rank of Officers of the Order of Canada, the highest national honor.