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HENGE Collaborates with Yabu Pushelberg

Launched at Design Miami, the champagne sheen and lightness of the Mushroom Tables elevate the humble coffee table to an exclusive delight.

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A new collection of metallic coffee tables has emerged from North American design firm Yabu Pushelberg working with sophisticated Italian formalists HENGE.

Devised as a pair in complementary sizes, the Mushroom Tables collection exudes lightness of form accentuated by the champagne-coloured gloss finish. The pairing encourages dynamic multiform compositions that evoke pleasing temporal spaces of incomplete perfection.

“Like us, their work is beyond minimalism,” commented Glenn Pushelberg. “It is more expressive and HENGE takes an earthier approach to furniture that has more personality to it.”

The Mushroom Tables are central to HENGE’s collection exhibition at the Solesdì showroom during Design Miami. Designed by the brand’s creative director Massimo Castagna, the earthy collection makes the infinite production capacity and excellent Italian craftsmanship of the brand tangible.

Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu. Photo: Raina Wilson
Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu. Photo: Raina Wilson
Mushroom Table by Yabu Pushelberg
Mushroom Table by Yabu Pushelberg
Mushroom Table by Yabu Pushelberg
Mushroom Table by Yabu Pushelberg
Air Light chandelier above Zenith Table
Air Light chandelier above Zenith Table
Air Light chandelier
Air Light chandelier
Air Light chandelier
Air Light chandelier
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Style Set wall bookcase
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Loom modular system
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