Issue 82 out now!

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<em>Urbis</em> issue 82 is out now and it features the latest in bathroom and kitchen trends.

Urbis issue 82 is out now and it features the latest in bathroom and kitchen trends.

The October/November issue of Urbis is out now and it’s all about beautiful kitchens and bathrooms. We take a look inside three houses with superior cooking spaces and bathrooms, before we round up the best tiles, tapware, sinks, colours and décors in 2014.

We meet some characters in issue 82, too. Urbis profiles the duo behind Auckland’s hottest taco truck (and gets a peek into their Morningside home), the makers from Form & Fable, as well as a pair of Christchurch architects who are doing their bit for the city’s rebuild. 

We jetset to one of our favourite European cities, Amsterdam, to meet many clever creatives and explore the best places to see, eat, sleep and shop. 

Pick up your copy of Urbis Issue 82 from any decent book store or supermarket, or get the digital version, here.


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