Yabu Pushelberg Portfolio Review Night – POSTPONED
Jan 28 2022
event: portfolio review in-person

Event postponed until it is safe to move forward with in-person events, details to follow.

Yabu Pushelberg invites the Toronto design community to participate in ‘YP Design Portfolio Review’, an evening dedicated to nourishing local talent through one-one-one review and development meetings with the agency’s designers. With the aim to foster community and forge new connections, Yabu Pushelberg is opening their Toronto studio to participants who wish to receive constructive feedback and strategies that will further enhance their body of work. Based on the portfolio submitted upon RSVPing to the event, participants will be paired with specific YP designers who possess relevant experience (interior, product, industrial design, lighting, brand strategy). All levels of experience are welcome to engage in ‘YP Design Portfolio Review’; whether at student level, professional or those interested in transitioning into a career in design looking to gain insights from working at a large international agency.

Yabu Pushelberg is a holistic design agency dedicated to crafting superlative experience and brand identity through integrated ideation, design and curation. Unprecedented thoughtfulness defining 40 years of work has asserted founders George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg as celebrated leaders across design disciplines. Having evolved from a studio founded on interior design, Yabu Pushelberg’s offices in Toronto and New York now specialize in sensibilities spanning architecture, landscapes, interiors, lighting, furniture, objects, textiles, branding and graphics. This comprehensive approach coupled with the studio’s narrative-based design trademark has ushered Yabu Pushelberg into a full-fledged creative agency redefining modern luxury around the world.


Yabu Pushelberg


Who should visitors contact with questions regarding accessibility?
Siobhan Hamilton
Is this venue accessible by wheelchair or similar mobility devices? This includes access to washrooms and all aspects of programming/events.
Are designated parking spots for persons with disabilities close to the entrance of the building?