David Trubridge is back from a successful showing at Salon Del Mobile.
A new hotel in Penang, Malaysia, welcomes guests into a candy-coloured fantasy world.
Resident founders Simon James and Scott Bridgens share their highlights from Milan.
Bill Culbert’s exhibition, Front Door Out Back, will open on 01 June at the 2013 Venice Biennale.
Simon James reports from Milan, Italy, in his ongoing series about his trip to 2013’s Milan Furniture Fair.
The Resident team are almost ready to open their doors at Milan Furniture Fair says Simon James.
Resident’s Simon James and Scott Bridgens head to the Milan Furniture Fair, doubling as Urbis‘s roving reporters.
Queenstown’s Spring FootSpa has been lauded by Travel and Leisure magazine for its design.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s latest show is yet another must-see production.
The designer line-up for 2013 has been announced.
Treat yourself and a friend to a weekend full of design. And eat, drink, play and sleep stylishly in the City of Sails.
Always-sunny Miami, Florida is the latest city to be profiled in Urbis. Read on to get the low-down.
Finding a niche market in chandeliers, Saint Martins’ alum George Singer is making monumental lights with unusual themes.
Alexander McQueen’s extraordinary fashion has inspired floor coverings.
Photographer James Florio captures 23,000 images under one big starry sky.
British artist Tracey Emin shows her romantic side on New York City’s Times Square billboards.
Stockholm Design Week has just finished for another year. Here are some highly designed highlights.
A new Auckland coffee brand and café gets creative, thanks to Allan Wrath.
Best known for their bright resin jewellery as well as homewares, Dinosaur Designs have turned their hand to rugs.
A 14-metre high tapestry steals the show in the new wing of Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum.
From single letters to catch phrases, makers are using text to tell emotive stories.
One of the summer’s most interesting New Zealand exhibitions is all about – wait for it – prefab buildings.
The summer issue of Urbis is on newstands now.
A couple of iconic Brisbane houses have been given a new lease of life and transformed into the latest hotspot.
Every home - and home owner - needs a couch. Seriously.
A house that hasn’t even been built yet has been lauded at the World Architecture Festival.
The latest collection from Mr Bigglesworthy prepped spirits for brighter weather.
An installation by nendo’s Oki Sato was a crowd-pleaser at the V&A Museum.
The Urbis team round up the very best presents for the design-savvy.
All you need to know to tackle one of the biggest cities in Latin America.
The Dec/Jan issue of Urbis rolls off the printers.
A new New Zealand-designed chair has won gold at the Design Awards.
Melbourne-based artist Ash Keating has created a site-specific work to brighten up the Christchurch streetscape.
One of New Zealand’s top fashion designers gets inspired by a recent trip to Vietnam.
The marvels of mid-century restaurants are celebrated in a new book.
For a third year running, this public art exhibition illuminated Auckland’s Western Park.
What’s next in chi-chi dwellings? High-end architecture for dogs.
A salon space in South Korea is sweet enough to be a candy store.
Meet Urbis‘ new editor.