Forget tents and dodgy old caravans; the perfect mobile home is about to be made.
Urbis caught up with British design darling Tom Dixon during his whistle-stop tour of New Zealand.
The surprisingly charming working and sleeping arrangements of Melbourne architects Sibling.
Some deliciously different architecture in South Korea.
Six New Zealand artists and designers show among the best in Munich, Germany.
Jetting off on an autumn break? You’ll want to take one of these with you.
Rebecca Asquith’s vibrant Nectar lampshade is naturally sweet.
Designer Rebecca Snelling talks to Urbis about Douglas + Bec, the homewares brand she created with her dad.
Store-owner Ron Redel’s collections of fantastic furniture and objets d’art fill his Auckland home.
Angie Masutti injects colour and pattern into vintage furniture from her rural Whangarei home.
An Auckland home is a case study in how a combination of vivid hues can work wonderfully well.
A carefully considered family home in Austria puts everything – work, family, even the kids – in its proper place.
Taking its cue from the haphazard old baches around it, a Brisbane holiday home uses colour to create an interesting façade.
The DDB Group’s new fit-out marries thoughtful design with candy colours.
Coca-Cola’s bright-red office-cum-training facility is not afraid to shout.
Google’s new UK headquarters in London has more than a touch of British charm.
San Francisco game company Pocket Gems has all the fun.
A development department gets to play at work.
A home on Waiheke Island features bright, bold architectural details and an impressive collection of colourful art.
Urbis gets to know Cape Town: South Africa’s hippest city, and World Design Capital for 2014.
Choreographer Jay Pather curates Cape Town’s week-long arts festival, Infecting the City.
South African architect Ilze Wolff shares her passion for her city and design.
Meet the rising star of Cape Town’s design world.
A new hotel in Penang, Malaysia, welcomes guests into a candy-coloured fantasy world.