Austrian Architects Hertl Architekten were asked to convert a restaurant into two flats in Kronstorf.
New York based Lucy Tupu is inspired by the bustle and energy of the city as well as the memories and cultural heritage of New Zealand and Samoa.
Graphic designer Brogen Averill invites Urbis into his home to show us some of his favourite objects.
A selection of some of the designs that changed our world.
Architect Thom Craig creates a seductive object in Queenstown’s dramatic landscape.
Jessica Bouvy designed a family home combining modern designs with character spaces.
Sam Eichblatt talks to Zannah outside the DUMBO Arts Centre in New York.
James teaches at Pratt Institute and runs Garrison Architects in New York.
Eliza Starbuck is an Ohio native and a thrift-store fanatic.
New York-native Bracher graduated from Pratt Institute in 1996, only to find himself designing remote control caddies and spice racks.
Urbis checks out five stylish new restaurants that look as inviting as the food they serve.
Though almost forgotten during her lifetime, one of the most significant female designers of the early 20th century deserves an ovation.
An insight into how Derek Lockwood, Director of Design for Saatchi and Saatchi thinks about creativity, and why ‘design’ is meaningless.