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Conceived during the height of the pandemic lockdown, Jed Yabut Furniture & Design is the product of a subtle re-imagination of Filipino modern furniture. The collection uses 100% local, green & natural raw materials, with rattan as the primary material. All our pieces are individually crafted using traditional methods.

We are proud to be socially responsible. Our suppliers are 100% homegrown, selected for their quality raw materials and finished products. Our highly skilled local artisans, from all over the Philippines, are deeply committed to their craft. They’ve brought with them decades of experience in framing, weaving, and decorating rattan products for local and export markets. To this day, they continue to elevate the heritage of Filipino rattan craftsmanship.

We are one in the spirit of the #SupportLocal and #LoveLocal campaigns as we elevate and push Filipino creativity to greater heights for local and global markets.


Jed Yabut, an architect, is a graduate of the University of the Philippines-Diliman, and an MBA graduate of Waseda University in Tokyo. He has managed multi-million dollar projects, including high-rise commercial developments and luxury hotels, in Singapore and Japan. He demonstrates a unique expertise in construction, luxury interior design, and furnishings.

Jed’s extensive travels have inspired him to combine aesthetics and best practices in designing social spaces and home furniture/ furnishings, enabling people and communities to thrive as they live, work, and play. His ultimate aim is to elevate Filipino furniture design and quality to a level on par with the best available around the world, enlivening and enriching homes and beloved spaces in the Philippines and around the world.


Our furniture, defined by a modern interpretation of Filipino aesthetics, emphasizes random patterns and varied textures as an homage to Filipino sensibilities of "beautiful chaos" and resourcefulness. Though chaotic, the general look remains visually cohesive, light and clean. Several pieces in this collection reveal minimalist silhouettes focusing on negative spaces.

The designs also take inspiration from varied Filipino festivities, flora and geographies, architecture, and cultural icons. Each piece is designed to be compact, practical, and multi-purpose, suitable in grand homes and micro-condo units.






January 2021
Love Local: New Filipino furniture company launches first collection | | 21 January 2021
This Filipino Architect's Eco Furniture Line Makes Use of 100% Local, Green Materials | When In Manila | 28 January 2021
February 2021
Skeletal Yet Graceful: This New Furniture Line is Making Rattan Rock Again | | 23 February 2021
March 2021
Creative Business Resiliency | Far Eastern University | 27 March 2021
April 2021
Jed Yabut on Spotlight | Daily Tribune | 8 April 2021


April 2021
Manila FAME | 9 April 2021
Wood is Good | Jardine Distribution Inc. Philippines | 12 April 2021
Jed Yabut's design evolution | Daily Tribune | 17 April 2021
Rattan furniture reimagined | LIFESTYLE.INQ | 21 April 2021
Makati Poblacion Empowering Local | Climate Change Commission PH | 29 April 2021
May 2021
What's the New Normal for Businesses | Brandsasia Channel | 02 May 2021

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