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There’s a new homewares nirvana in London’s Marylebone.
A charming bedside accessory with more uses than you might think.
The home of late American artist Donald Judd is re-opened after a three-year refurb.
One of New Zealand’s cleverest makers is helping design students to learn their craft.
Oyyo’s vibrant dhurries meld contemporary ideas and traditional Indian craft.
Geometrically-inspired clocks that lend a happy vibe to boring walls.
Jane Mason produces artisanal chocolates - in wrappers that look good enough to eat.
Jordan Rondel (aka The Caker) has a penchant for wholesome baked goods - and a cornucopia of much-loved possessions.
Sharon Stephenson meets the designer keeping Australasia’s nightlife neighbourhoods au courant.
Clare Chapman asks award-winning Christchurch designer Ingrid Geldof how to create the perfect kitchen.
Urbis catches up with the Napier-based artists behind Aroha & Friends and House of Aroha.
A Remuera bungalow becomes a large, light-filled family home wrapped in louvres.
A Dutch church is reconfigured as a home that includes a bathroom designed for public nudity.
High on the hill behind St Heliers, Auckland, sits a house that takes advantage of its position without being overbearing.
The results are in; the very best residences in Australia, as recognised by the Houses Awards, have been named.
Urbis takes a look at what’s cooking when it comes to cutting-edge kitchen design.
Clean up in the bathroom with the latest in interior and architectural trends.
One of New Zealand’s most charming provinces is brimming with great wine and food, architecture and makers of all sorts.
The multi-talented Napier-based artist shares her passion for the region.
Urbis caught up with the architect behind some of the region’s best buildings.
This well-known New Zealand potter and painter calls Napier home.