These objects of desire seem to harken from a tropical paradise where the breezy foliage is heavy with ripe, exotic fruit.
It’s cocktail hour at the expat club and the jazz is floating rhythmically above the lounge.
Pliable, geometric and infinitely sculptural – an edit of objects that make the most of metal.
A collection that uses natural materials, and patterns and textures inspired by leafy landscapes.
Interior designer Jessica White of Room by Room has created her first collection of locally made and designed furniture.
Golden leaves and rosy cheeks inspired this edit of soft, warm tones for the cooler evenings indoors.
The Urbis selection of some of the most alluring objects from this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.
A refined take on the utilitarian and industrial shapes from the Soviet era’s metal furniture design. Stalin would most certainly not be amused.
Shaped and brought to shore by the whim of curious tides.
Much like linear hatching in drawing and engraving, these pieces create shade and tone through lines that seem almost hand sketched.
Resident has released a new collection of furniture and lighting entitled Dark Matter.
Dean Cornish uncovers luxury, innovation and sweet tunes in the year’s new gadgets.
Items using or referencing traditional handcrafts. Earthy materials, prints, colours, patterns and forms connect the home to other cultures and ways of living.
A refreshing take on ‘new luxury’.
This edit is not quite ’80s. It is not entirely Memphis-inspired and definitely not for the faint-hearted. It is, however, loud, youthful and proudly eclectic.
What’s new in Japanese design? Its minimalist tradition and subtle classics are reinvented for residential environments.
The digital revolution and its pulsating colours are infiltrating almost every realm of our lives, and the homewares and furniture industries are no different.
Even if it hasn’t been produced yet, this prototype lamp by Wellington design student Josh Bruderer ticks so many boxes that we can’t help but admire it.
Apparent transparent; plastic fantastic; neon pink and dollops of yellow. These bathroom scenes are made to reset your colour dial. Soap bubbles are entirely optional.
Pastels and powders, friendly curves and not a sharp edge in sight. Whatever you do… keep these away from the bonfire.
Poise is a collection of sculptural utensils “designed purely for beauty and elegance,” according to designer Daniel Kamp.
Mineral salt, granite and even nougat-inspired objects bring a sense of concrete solidity and playful elegance to the home.
The fluid, colourful motion of iridescence is equal parts soap bubbles, shimmering pearls and a soothing dream-like state.
A choreography amongst human forms, the fluid architecture of clothes, furniture and vintage primaries.
We’ve got every Dad covered for Sunday 4 September.
From rich copper to polished brass, warm metallic accents are taking over.
Much like the sets of Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, seemingly mismatched colours, shapes and eras find an unexpectedly vibrant harmony.
A clean, angular line of brass and a matte rimu top are all it took to create this simple, yet elegant Goldie side table.
Auckland’s Unitec recently launched ‘Inside the Aotearoa House’, an exhibition of student work seeking Maori-inspired interpretations of everyday objects.
The 2015 Urbis Christmas Gift Guide.
Is it a bench or is it a shelf? It’s both – or whatever you need it to be.
Handcrafted of solid oak, La Cabine is produced by Line Art for La Fonction.
On the line between graphic and filigree; structural, yet delicate.
Curious scenes where the elegant keep unconventional company.
We’ve got every Dad covered for Sunday 6 September.
The shine of a lunar surface within any home’s reach.
Kelly Hoppen has teamed up with bathware designer and manufacturer Apaiser to create three collections of bath furniture.
Part of the latest collection by Resident, the Torchon Pendant exploits the viscous potential of molten glass.
Nespresso is this August expected to launch twelve new panels which clip onto the sides of their Pixie Clips machine.
Singapore’s Désinere has taken the rough industrial texture of raw concrete and turned it into a series of paperweights.