Henley Street in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England is where the 16th-century half-timbered house that William Shakespeare lived in resides. Shakespeare’s father was a glove maker and wool dealer and the family house was divided in two parts to allow him to receive clients at home. The Henley Street paravant by Yabu Pushelberg allows you to define spaces by design with a solid wood frame.
A sustainably sourced solid French Oak frame is hand-hewn by craftsmen in the Netherlands. The sturdy frame is balanced with light natural woven cane panels. Available in five standard finishes and a standard size to start, customizations tailored to your design are possible on request.
- DesignerYabu Pushelberg
- FinishSolid oak frame with natural cane
- Dimensions183cm W x 4cm D x 210cm H
Established in 1980 by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, Yabu Pushelberg is one of the world’s most admired multidisciplinary design practices with teams in New York and Toronto. Creating immersive and jaw-dropping experiences for some of the most innovative entrepreneurs, hotel groups and luxury brands, you would imagine them to be intimidating figures.