Blog | The June/July issue of Urbis is bob-sledding onto the shelves or headed straight for your mailbox.
Objects | From rich copper to polished brass, warm metallic accents are taking over.
Blog | Here is how to ‘own’ that piece of the city you have always coveted… well, almost.
Blog | Refugio para un Recuerdo (Refuge for a Memory) by Alexandra Kehayoglou is a fiction, an emulation of a grassy knoll hand made from left-over yarns, offcuts and discarded textiles.
Spaces | Cross Street (behind the Iron Bank Building in Auckland) has become home to a new furniture showroom by Nathan Goldsworthy.
People | Urbis talks to Pedro Paulo Venzon, who is rethinking Brazil’s furniture traditions and boldly turning them on their head.
Objects | Much like the sets of Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, seemingly mismatched colours, shapes and eras find an unexpectedly vibrant harmony.
Blog | We are mighty impressed by L’affare’s new digs on 22 Melrose Street in Newmarket, Auckland.
Blog | Urbis reviews the recent opening of Fisher & Paykel’s Experience Centre in Sydney.
Blog | Everyone who is anyone in the furniture and interiors gig will be heading to Milan for Salone del Mobile, 2016.