Issue 81 out now!

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The August/September issue of <em>Urbis</em> is out now and it features warm spaces and places.

The August/September issue of Urbis is out now and it features warm spaces and places.

The August/September issue of Urbis Magazine is out now and focuses on winter houses and products. We feature five fabulous spaces: a Parnell, Auckland, home designed by Bureaux architects; a fabulously modern Sydney home;  a coastal Victoria, Australia, dwelling created on a tight budget; the renovation of a Melbourne architect’s home; and we take you to snowy Quebec, Canada, to visit a home with spectacular views.

New Zealand bag designer Brenda Briand of Benah shows us her favourite things inside her Sydney home and globetrotting architect Bergendy Cooke shares tales about her career. Maker Sam Orme-Gee talks about his new retail endeavour.

And, we give you the low down on the perfect winter destination – Los Angeles. Our editor travelled to the California city to meet clever creatives and to investigate the newly hip neighbourhoods of Downtown and the Arts’ District.

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