Nob Hill Large

The cultural centre of gravity in San Francisco, owing to its numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, prestigious cultural institutions and art galleries, Nob Hill’s name comes from the term Nabobs, a nickname for the prominent and wealthy barons who built the city.

The NOB Hill table collection by Yabu Pushelberg evokes the undulating topography and affluence of the area known for a commanding view over the city. Just as the area has privilege of place, the spare hexagonal frame of the tables plays with depth and perception, making them a captivating view from any direction.


Yabu Pushelberg




White Carrara Marble + Smoked Brass Steel or White-grey Calacatta Marble + Smoked Bronze Steel


57.5cm W × 50 cm D × 50cm H






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Designed by Yabu Pushelberg

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.

What those who work with them love is that the opposite is true. With disarming candor, an energetic and collaborative spirit and the range to solve any brief they truly approach design challenges with the same care and consideration an inn keeper does; designing for how people feel and interact as much as what they see. 

Follow their travels @yabupushelberg & @georgeglenn