London’s Design Museum has deemed a Zaha Hadid building the Design of the Year.
It’s too cold to go out. Stay in a very-stylish bed instead.
New Zealand fashion designers are turning their hands to all sorts of homewares. Read all about it here.
The Serpentine Gallery in London’s Kensington has commissioned Smiljan Radić to create a spaceship-like pavilion.
New York-based architect David Rockwell has gone into the business of prefab housing.
Nathan Goldsworthy has done it again with the re-released Tio Chair in a fabulous range of patterns.
A New Zealand lamp is gathering acclaim all over the world this winter.
Read about these snazzy dwellings, designed by a Jordanian-Candanian architect, for displaced people.
Urbis talks to the creators of a cosy, low-cost cabin in snowy Canada.
It’s a (concrete) jungle out there. Check out our favourite set-in-stone pieces.
The best exhibitions this season can be found in homes, not in museums or art galleries.
Kirsten Matthew meets a young Auckland duo making their own furniture and fostering a collective of local creatives.
We meet a New Zealander who has spent her architectural career working all over the world.
Brenda Briand, bad extraordinaire, reveals her most prized possessions.
An Auckland residence combines the old and the new in the most original and thoughtful of ways.
A modern, multi-levelled Sydney, Australia, home tips its cap to its neighbourhood’s historical context.
A home just out of Melbourne, Australia, is sophisticated and sleek despite serious financial and topographical constraints.
A Melbourne, Australia, home undergoes a terrific transformation, thanks to its architect owner.
Sprawling, sunny and scattered with stunning architectural gems, La La Land is the place to escape to this winter.
Urbis chats to Los Angeles-based graphic designers and boutique owners Rachel Berks and Marise Suárez-Orozco.
Meet Los Angeles-based interior architect, David Loyola.