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Get your hands on Marimekko’s new homewares collection.
A Canterbury renovation turns a lovely house and garden into a home seriously set up for outdoor living and entertaining.
An Australian home, which was a decade in the making, turns its original design on its head.
A cool, contemporary take on apartment living is created in a light-filled penthouse in Lisbon, Portugal.
The great Italian maker is celebrated in Milan and Auckland.
Xanthe White and Bayley LuuTomes’ recent award-winning designs are something for us more prosaic gardeners to aspire to.
A Kiwi architect has won a British architectural drawing competition.
Seaweed makes all the difference to a holiday home in Laeso, Denmark.
The Great Gatsby has inspired a range of fabrics and wallpapers.
High praise for a New Zealand-run restaurant in the heart of Manhattan’s Nolita.
LA furniture studio Bend Seating also produces these fanciful pendants.
The third addition to Auckland’s SkyCity this year, Masu, has opened on Federal Street.
A major renovation of a grand old Auckland villa has resulted in a traditional frontage and a super-modern interior.
Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde creates ethereal forms and photographs them.
Chef, restaurateur and travelling nomad Josh Emett shares his worldly possessions.
The trio behind Molecule architecture studio talks to Urbis about their multi-disciplinary business.
Clare Chapman profiles Citta Design’s homewares designer, Imogen Tunnicliffe.
This high-backed, cocooning, leaf-patterned armchair was our pick for Best Furniture item in 2013.
Karl Maughan’s Majoribanks Street and Rata Road works were our top picks for new artwork in 2013.
Lladró’s Naturofantastic vase is both utilitarian and artful.
Resident’s Tri Pendant distinguishes itself by being really, really good.
The most beautiful new dining room of the year was The French Kitchen in Newton, Auckland.
A stand-out in 2013, City Works Depot in Auckland’s CBD has been repurposed as a workspace, food and drink destination.
Warren & Mahoney’s Point Resolution Bridge was a stand-out in 2013.
Waiheke Island’s The Oyster Inn was our top pick for stylish places to visit in 2013.
Well dressed, well mannered, super modern and more than a little quirky – Tokyo, Japan, might just be the best city in Asia.
Urbis stops in at the Tokyo studio of illustrator and childrens’ book author Kanako Ogawa.
Urbis talks to architects Klein and Dytham on a Style City tour of Tokyo.
Urbis meets the creative force behind PARTY.