Henley Street

Brand: Man of Parts
Designer: Yabu Pushelberg

Dimensions: W183 D3 H210 CM

Henley Street, designed by Yabu Pushelberg. 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.

Custom finishes available, contact us at info@thecollectional.com

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- Within 24/48 working hours our team will revert with a quotation

- Upon confirmation of the quotation, you will receive an invoice for your order

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Orders are manufactured for you in 10 weeks (may be subject to change). The specific lead-time of your order will be confirmed after your order has been placed with us.
You will be notified once your order has been shipped




A natural ability to compose both harmonious design and relationships has attracted some of the world's leading designers to collaborate with Man of Parts Founder, Stephan Weishaupt. Born and raised in Munich, Stephan's family — a long line of craftsmen, entrepreneurs, architects and artists — informed his curiosity, creativity and an openness to exploring many points of view. Embodying a Man of Parts himself, Stephan travels the world in search of unique perspectives refl... Read more Fill 1 Copy 7


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