In our latest issue, a tennis court provided the canvas for our “Love” furniture shoot. While researching for more design trends, we stumbled across this installation by Spanish artist Ana Soler. Titled ‘Causa-Efecto’ (Cause&Effect) the work currently exhibited in The Mustang Art Gallery in Alicante, Spain, consists of 2000 tennis balls suspended, as if frozen mid-bounce throughout the gallery spaces. As much as we would like the effect of this discovery to be for you to check out the exhibition yourself, if you don’t happen to be in Alicante, you will just have to content yourself with our latest issue for more loveable design.
The February/March issue of Urbis is out now and it explores homes with impeccable and sometimes jaw dropping connections with the outside world.
As we approach the first birthday of the Longbush Welcome Shelter, here is a short video created by Ian Ruru and the Longbush Ecological Trust.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen’s top picks from day three of the January 2016 edition of the Maison&Objet design fair in Paris.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen’s top picks from day two of the January 2016 edition of the Maison&Objet design fair in Paris.
Impelled by the desire to live simply and sustainably, a Copenhagen couple returned to the city’s waterways in a houseboat of their own design.
We explore a daring clifftop home in Sydney that is curved in concrete, carved from sandstone and bathed in filtered light.
Urbis and Resident are giving you the chance to win a Torchon Pendant by Cheshire Architects.
This Muriwai Beach home responds beautifully to the nearby ocean, forest and our South Pacific traditions.