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A house that hasn’t even been built yet has been lauded at the World Architecture Festival.
We’re swooning over these handcrafted wallpapers by Deborah Bowness.
A swedish prefab could be the next big thing in baches.
A facelift for the world’s best restaurant, Noma.
This Chinese building is crazy and ever so clever.
There are lengthy shopping lists to be assembled for the beings in your life this time of year, so here are some tech gifts.
Urbis talks to architects Louise and Justin Wright about their public and private creations.
This Auckland product and furniture designer makes homewares with both function and form.
An Auckland maker shows off a few of his favourite things in his waterfront boat shed.
An old commercial building is transformed into a show-stopper of a home.
A Wellington architect makes his mark on a secluded stretch of Aussie coastline.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and clever design elements flood a Melbourne, Australia renovation with light.
An Australian duo have produced some of the prettiest objects we’ve seen.
Designed in 1963, this iconic piece of furniture is still waiting for the future to catch up with it.
Urbis‘ Best Kitchen for 2012 is café cool.
Urbis’ favourite bathroom is utilitarian, but charming in every way.
Urbis’ revisits one of Melbourne’s most fascinating houses.
Urbis‘ best garden of 2012 finds the perfect balance of planting and structure.
A quirky cafe on the foreshore of Torquay beach near Melbourne is deemed this year’s ‘Best Eatery’.
A water-side hotspot in our biggest, little city.
This street artist brings a little bit of nature to the megalopolis, Mexico City.
Mexico City is the latest creative mecca to feature in Urbis’ Places. Architect Michel Rojkind helps us discover it.
The Mexico-based interior designer has a knack for up-cycling and a passion for food.
All you need to know to tackle one of the biggest cities in Latin America.
Chocolates are pleated, creased and embossed to create a new range of architectural sweets.