The summer issue of Urbis is on newstands now.
A 14-metre high tapestry steals the show in the new wing of Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum.
Basher’s latest contemporary work is vibrant and curious.
Alexander McQueen’s extraordinary fashion has inspired floor coverings.
Design Miami, the furniture and objet d’art fair that runs alongside Art Basel each year, took place just before Christmas.
One of the summer’s most interesting New Zealand exhibitions is all about – wait for it – prefab buildings.
A tiny dwelling is captured in a moment between anchoring and flight.
Piero Borsellino, editor of Aortica fell in love with Auckland and dedicated an entire tome to the City of Sails.
Actor Ian Hughes shares the prized possessions in his Newton, Auckland, apartment.
Lauren Palmer tells Urbis about her job creating some of the world’s coolest cookware.
Mount Maunganui furniture designer Dan Gillingham talks about sustainability – and his super-stylish new coat stand.
A Gordon Moller home is treated to a meticulous renovation in the eastern suburbs of Wellington.
A tight budget and a humid climate have produced a beach house in Queensland, Australia, that is light and luxe.
A New Zealander cultivates a calm home and sprawling garden in the middle of the metropolis that is New York City.
A Marlborough winery lives up to the Maori meaning of its name with an arrow-shaped design.
Brick Bay Wines in Warkworth makes for the perfect day trip destination from Auckland.
The name Elephant Hill conjures up ideas of large proportions. This Hawke’s Bay winery does not disappoint.
Always-sunny Miami, Florida is the latest city to be profiled in Urbis. Read on to get the low-down.
New Yorker turned Miami local, architect Allan Shulman is rebuilding Miami, his adopted hometown.
Urbis celebrates a chair made for shoebox apartments.