The Resene collaboration with four/two/one. was front and centre at Designday HQ. The duo’s creation, Head in the Clouds (perhaps the most labour-intensive installation of them all), was a massive veil made up of hundreds (if not thousands) of coloured triangles strung together with floating pencils scattered throughout.
Take a look at some of our favourite snaps from Urbis Designday 2017.
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The line-up of showrooms and creative partners for 2017 Urbis Designday has been announced.
We’ve got all your questions regarding New Zealand’s premier public design event answered.
This much-anticipated event featuring leading design-led showrooms in Auckland will run over Friday 24 and Saturday 25 March.
Urbis Designday is back for 2017 and is better than ever. Saturday 25 March is the date to mark in your calendar to ensure you don’t miss out on this all-day event full of artistic inspiration and creative flair.
One of Designday’s biggest hits was an installation by three unlikely collaborators.
Designday’s favourite car makers partnered up with creative strategist FLY to offer visitors a three-part experience.
Finalists at the 2017 Interior Awards include a chapel that mixes old and new, a golden-hued office and an industrial inner-city café.
From Mondrian to Margiela: a very personal blending of influences – design and otherwise – make this French apartment a veritable tour de force.
Apartment developers Josephine and John Love share some of the objects that make them feel at home.
Ground is soon to be broken for The Pacifica, a soaring new apartment complex that has the ability to reinvigorate an enclave of Auckland’s downtown.
A house in the hills of Los Angeles has recently become a showroom for The Future Perfect, a design store with additional locations in Manhattan and San Francisco.
This sophisticated Moscow home shows how custom-designed spaces, furniture and fittings can take the uniformity out of apartment living.
Like a well kept secret, a renovated 1930s bungalow hides a black steel and glass addition from the street.
Urbis chats to the co-founders of a home exchange website aimed solely at creatives about trading their highly curated abodes with perfect strangers.