Think small with the latest issue of the magazine, dedicated to tiny spaces.
The size of Big Apple apartments is about to be scaled back.
A new refurbishment of the ANZ bank’s Auckland HQ puts art at the fore.
Grace Kim’s design ingenuity is taking her to the top.
The New Zealand International Film Festival gets underway from 18 July.
OK, it’s not exactly a house but this French construction is still a tiny exercise in clever architecture.
Keeping warm this winter needn’t be a drab affair with this joyous throw from Missoni Home.
Photographer David Straight is on a mission to celebrate public space.
A celebration of Nick’s Head Station, the winner of New Zealand’s most prestigious landscape architecture award.
Clare Chapman finds out how to flat-pack your way to a fantastic décor with a great table.
Rotorua’s Kelly Thompson has filled her Melbourne apartment with pretty sentimental things and pieces of her own artwork.
The men of Box Living chat about small floor plans, modular homes and the nascent New Zealand urban-bach movement.
Charlotte Minty is spreading the gospel of durability, utility and beauty as part of her Wellington interior design practice.
The waterfront McMansion is dead. Long live the small but perfectly formed, affordable beachfront crib.
An ugly 1970s’ apartment block is home to a surprisingly serene and muted abode in Melbourne.
A Parisian apartment is transformed into a chic, original space with plenty of personality.
Thanks to a clever design, a Sydney, Australia, house fits everything it could possibly need into a tiny footprint.
Urbis has visited some of the world’s most striking public libraries. First up, Norway.
Urbis travels to China to discover a rural library in Northern Beijing, which is decidedly zen.
A new library in the Auckland suburb of Birkenhead invites nature to play a leading role.
The eight-level building which houses the country’s largest book repository has undergone a dramatic transformation.
Shanghai is a paean to ‘Bigger is Better’, full of hustle and bustle – and home to creative people inspired by its energy.
This kiwi landscape designer is right at home in the middle of Shanghai.
Design director and interior architect Simon Park sings the praises of his adopted home town.
Led by his interest in mechanical image making, Robert Poll has produced some strangely organic images.