Milan Furniture Fair comes to a close. Here is Mike Thorburn’s last report from the event.
ECC’s Mike Thorburn continues his diary from the Milan Furniture Fair 2015.
On his third day our roving reporter at the Milan Furniture Fair notices trends and patterns emerging in the lighting world.
On his second day at the Milan Furniture Fair 2015 ECC’s Mike Thorburn encounters some of the design world’s rock stars.
Mike Thorburn of ECC is at the Milan Furniture Fair and will be reporting daily on the the highly anticipated event.
Urbis chats to the co-founders of a home exchange website aimed solely at creatives about trading their highly curated abodes with perfect strangers.
Zara Home has recently opened its first Australian store in Melbourne.
Urbis attended a preview screening of the highly anticipated fashion documentary Dior and I. Here is our take.
A new bank in Tokyo sports a colourful, boxy façade.
An Auckland duo has created Room by Room, an online interior design service. *
Maison&Objet Asia 2015, one of the most important events on Asia’s design calendar, took place in Singapore from 10-13 March.
New Zealand fashion house Ruby has opened its largest store yet in the Christchurch suburb of Merivale and it’s gorgeous.
Fashion house WORLD’s Wellington store has had an impressive facelift.
Read about Urbis’ highlights from the NZIA’s 2015 conference, in:situ.
Urbis‘ highlights from one of the world’s most famous design fairs, Maison et Objet Paris.
We’ve put together a collection of the gifts that we love for the person that you love.
Fashion’s Alexander Wang has turned his capable hands to furniture design.
Sculpture on the Gulf has returned to Waiheke Island and this year there is an architectural element to the outdoor art installation.
Prada has commissioned Italian designer Martino Gamper to fashion a window concept for its 300 stores.
French furniture designer Philippe Starck has turned his expert hand to prefabricated houses.
Read about a collection of furniture inspired by a remote Newfoundland, Canada, inn.
Urbis’ annual round-up of the very best products, places and people.
Our pick of the must-have items of the season. Grab a few for yourself or buy them for the best people you know.
A new eatery has opened up in a historical Melbourne prison.
Finally, the amazing, Frank Gehry-designed Louis Vuitton Foundation for Creation has opened in Paris.
These days, eateries are going above and beyond to commission custom-made crockery on which to serve meals.
Design extraordinaire Studioilse has moved into a residentially-inspired Copenhagen design gallery.
Nendo has curated an exhibition for Singapore’s National Design Centre that celebrates elements of Japanese design.
This Essex, England, dwelling is quite possibly the strangest holiday house ever made.
Check out two maze-like installations set up outside a Kent, England, gallery.
An exhibition exploring the many qualities of light will run from 11 October until 2 February at the Auckland Art Gallery.
A new bar, dedicated to the nation’s obsession with craft beer, has opened in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter.
Samsung has created a concept home that can be transformed and configured to suit any occasion.
We asked Auckland’s best architectural photographers to create images that redefine our biggest city.
New Zealand fashion designers are turning their hands to all sorts of homewares. Read all about it here.
The London Design Festival has wrapped up for another year. Read about what Urbis loved here.
New York-based architect David Rockwell has gone into the business of prefab housing.
Auckland Architecture Week runs from 23 to 28 September. Here’s what we’re excited about.
Read about these snazzy dwellings, designed by a Jordanian-Candanian architect, for displaced people.
The 2014 London Design Festival kicks off 13 September. Read about Urbis’ top five things to see during the week.