We’ve gone all arty with this issue of Urbis.
Read about a Paris-based furniture designer’s very clever flat-pack table range.
Air New Zealand’s airport lounge in Los Angeles brings a piece of New Zealand to Southern California.
A range of fabrics, cushions and wallcoverings by a British painter has us weak at the knees.
An American artist uses recycled plasterboard walls to recreate iconic pieces of furniture.
Urbis visits a quartet of architecturally designed artists’ studios in remote Canada.
A sculpture in the Garden City pays homage to the Christchurch Cathedral.
A new Auckland International Airport building carries its greenery on its roof.
Adorn your walls with the most marvellous modern New Zealand art this winter.
Art adviser Paul Baragwanath explains how to live with art.
The ever-impressive Hip Group adds another culinary and architectural flower to its bouquet.
Urbis talks to Auckland artist and homewares designer Chris Pearson.
Miranda Harcourt shows off her impressive collection of art.
Painting and architecture coexist in the work of Michael Lowe.
A house perched dramatically on the coast of New South Wales, Australia, contains an impressive collection of art.
A townhouse in the French capital skilfully combines fine art and luxurious furnishings.
Perched high above the ocean, Max Patté’s Wellington home is the perfect place to exhibit his work.
A shed has become the perfect repository for an architect’s extraordinary collection of contemporary art.
A Portuguese décor combines both old and contemporary art and furniture for ultra-stylish effect.
There’s more to this former British colony than shopping and ethnic food. Read about one of the most exciting cities in Asia.
An Illustrator, designer and Feng Shui expert chats to Urbis about her career.
Hong Kong-based architect and partner at HEAD Architecture Mark Panckhurst chats to Urbis about his career.
Enjoy Ostro’s Urbis cocktail and win a $100 bar tab at Ostro and a subscription to Urbis magazine.
A Canadian artist digitally covers rooms with details from famous paintings.