The latest issue has everything that’s new and stylish in interior spaces, places, people and design objects.
An intriguing Japanese home models itself on a tree you can live within.
At a time when new cars were scarce and expensive, the Trekka was the only New Zealand produced motor vehicle.
Mike Hewson’s most recent art instalment injects new life into the empty shells of half-fallen Christchurch buildings.
This shapely sedan showcases forward-thinking technology and design with an emphasis on craftsmanship.
Interior designer Anya Brighouse shares some of her favourite pieces with Urbis.
A new book and exhibition gives an insight into the projects and passions of this counter-culture creative.
A small apartment is full of funny and wonderful objects.
A gabled roof and lengthened eaves lets visitors ski on top of this distinct mountain cabin.
Interior designer Lauren Hare has created a masculine and luxurious retreat in Pilot Bay.
A young couple’s stylish city pad has big views and beautiful small details.
From minimalism to out-there opulence, Urbis finds some of the most beautiful kitchens and bathrooms.