London’s Design Museum has announced its 2014 Designs of the Year. Get the run down on the nominees.
Japanese aesthetics meet Danish functionality in a new furniture collaboration we’re excited about.
Korean scultpor and installation artist Do-Ho Suh has debuted his largest artwork ever – and it’s all about personal space.
World Design Capital Cape Town 2014 kicked off on 31 December.
The darlings of the design world have gathered in Paris for Maison et Objet Paris. Read all about it.
Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde creates ethereal forms and photographs them.
A Kiwi architect has won a British architectural drawing competition.
A collection of wearable, architectural creations inspired by the Gothic cathedrals of Croatia.
Find the best-looking presents to give your love ones this holiday season.
Superette on Nuffield Street, Auckland, has expanded to include a fun collection of homewares.
Michael Barrett muses on a new tome about the cultural and fashion significance of David Bowie in his heyday.
A new cinema in Cuba Street, Wellington, has all the home comforts.
The second collection from Karen Walker Home hits Auckland stores.
As the London Design Festival draws to a close, designer David Trubridge reflects on the week that has been.
Designer David Trubridge shares his highlights from Tent and Super Brands London at the 2013 London Design Festival.
Designer David Trubridge reports from day one of the designjunction at London Design Festival.
Designer David Trubridge is at London Design Festival and he’s moonlighting as Urbis’s roving reporter.
Designer David Trubridge is at London Design Festival and he’s moonlighting as Urbis‘s roving reporter.
The winners of the world’s best bars and restaurants have been announced.
Jane Mason produces artisanal chocolates - in wrappers that look good enough to eat.
Artist Martin Poppelwell spruces up the outer walls of an iconic site on Auckland’s High Street.
Designer David Trubridge makes the most of Fashion Week’s stylish congregation to launch a wavy new lighting design.
Twelve student-made mini documentaries share highlights of the University of Auckland’s architectural history.
Our annual Kitchens & Bathrooms issue is on sale now.
An iconic Munich architectural design turns 40 and still looks a million dollars.
Wellington’s National Library has a sparkling new talking point.
Auckland-based writer Jo Bates attempts her second solo home makeover and charts it online.
Led by his interest in mechanical image making, Robert Poll has produced some strangely organic images.
Photographer David Straight is on a mission to celebrate public space.
Designers, architects, property owners and interior professionals celebrated in style at Ponsonby Central on 20 June.
The size of Big Apple apartments is about to be scaled back.
Louis Vuitton is about to open the doors of its family home and its ateliers in Europe.
An update from Sydney’s annual Vivid Light Festival.
Think small with the latest issue of the magazine, dedicated to tiny spaces.
New Zealand artist, Darryn George, updates us on his opening at the Palazzo Bembo gallery’s Venice Biennale collateral show.
A book celebrating homes that architects dream up for themselves.
A new book by Fiona Jack documents a unique part of New Zealand’s architectural heritage.
Clare Chapman is charmed by the new Taschen book, tree houses.
New Zealand artist Darryn George is gearing up for his presence at the Venice Biennale.