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A toast to celebrate the conclusion of Urbis Designday 2013.
Photographer Simon Devitt collaborated with the creators of capsules to produce a Designday installation.
A collective of graphic designers helped people figure out their Designday personality type.
The Silo Six at Wynard Quarter were transformed into an art gallery for Urbis Designday.
A paint company and some clever architects took Urbis Designday to the streets with a inner-city art installation.
The Frazerhursts transformed a bathroom showroom into a late-night show-and-tell.
Danish furniture showroom BoConcept staged a fashion shoot with help from stylists, photographers and fabulous clothes.
Two creatives breathed life into ECC’s showroom with hundreds of rolls of masking tape.
The Parnell showroom and the women behind Auckland’s gourmet collective paired furniture with food.
Fashion met fabulous when an Auckland designer created haute couture inspired by high-end bathrooms.
A very smart car company and some design geniuses fitted four MINIs and some clever styling into a Newmarket warehouse.
Some of the many highlights of Urbis Designday 2013, captured on camera.
The twosome from Tape Art are about to transform ECC Lighting + Furniture.
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.
So you’ve bought passes (or are thinking about heading along) to Urbis Designday on Saturday 23 March? Find out more.
Join us on Saturday 23 March and get inspired by some of the most exciting design venues and creative talent out there.
Design lovers and enthusiasts turned up on 24 March for a day of fun and inspiration.
WORLD and artist Reuben Paterson collaborated with Design55 and designer Timothy John.
Fun and fantasy combine in the installation at Kohler with Resene and Art Associates.
ECC partnered with fashion label Zambesi and the Auckland Museum to create a serene and eerie exhibition.
A team of recent architecture graduates from Unitec collaborated with HP to create an amazing project that graphed Auckland.
Partnering with Kathryn Wilson and Touch of Spice, Coastal Design transformed their showroom into Wonderland.
Partnering with fashion label Huffer and stylist LeeAnn Yare, BoConcept celebrated design in many different guises.
Urbis gets in on the fun and pulls together a fun installation with MINI and designers Material Creative for Urbis Designday.
Workroom Design and Douglas + Bec created the vibe of a spring fair with their outdoor party.
Working with those clever design strategists Alt Group, Fisher & Paykel’s Social Kitchen had guests cook for themselves.
Xanthe White and Häfele collaborated on a clever and simple interior landscape.
Interior designer Rachael Lovelace created a graphic questionnaire to help people find their ultimate style.
M.A.C. cosmetics painted models to create living sculptures in spazioCasa’s sleek showroom.
If you’re new to Urbis Designday, or you want to brush up before taking the Designday tour again, have a read of the FAQs.
New Zealand’s design community gathered at the stunning Roxy terrace for the exclusive launch.
Salasai’s Spring/Summer 11/12 collection, A Strange Love Project, was revealed through film at Hopetoun Alpha on Tuesday evening.
Homeware studio Esther Diamond partnered up with Häfele to create an installation full of the country’s top artists.
Architecture and multi-media came together in a sensory experience at Designday®.
Food and design were mixed up at Fisher & Paykel’s concept for Urbis Designday®.
Urbis Designday® Headquarters at the MINI Garage was buzzing with guests checking out the new MINI Countryman and the creative HP Future Designers creative work.
Interior designer Sylvia Sanford and home of Danish design furniture and objects, Design Denmark, put together a successful collaboration for Urbis Designday®.
ECC and Scrap Wall wowed guests with their black-and-white installation.