Part of the latest collection by Resident, the Torchon Pendant exploits the viscous potential of molten glass.
Four local design experts share their favourite finds from the Milan Furniture Fair 2015.
Kelly Hoppen has teamed up with bathware designer and manufacturer Apaiser to create three collections of bath furniture.
The newest location for independent specialty roasters Coffee Supreme houses the company’s wholesale team.
Nespresso is this August expected to launch twelve new panels which clip onto the sides of their Pixie Clips machine.
As Federico Monsalve finds out, simplicity is the key to this Norwegian home’s quiet, yet powerful presence.
Family life and a close relationship with nature make this a house with a warm soul.
This Sydney beachside apartment is replete with sunlight, natural tones and fresh coastal accents.
This sleek, contemporary structure is remarkably at home in the rugged landscapes of Italy’s Southern Tyrol.
Bespoke architecture meets the Waiheke bush. Although inspired by a simple tent, this is not your typical Kiwi bach.
A Melbourne residence rich in Asian influences is fuelled by a desire for privacy.
The merits of monochrome in the reinvention of a London apartment.
The shine of a lunar surface within any home’s reach.
Helene Morris and Steve Ferguson, owners of the Lonely label, share the story of their home and their favourite objects.
Kathleen Kinney visits the studio-workshop of Eric Knoben – artist, furniture designer and surface-effects specialist.
Urbis talks to Valentin Ozich, creative director and founder of menswear label I Love Ugly.
From neoclassicism to Scandinavian modernism, this near-Arctic city continues to grow its rich history of design excellence.
Urbis chats to Helsinki-based architects Anu Puustinen & Ville Hara.
Urbis chats to Helsinki-based photographer Elina Simonen.
Urbis chats to Helsinki-based curator Suvi Saloniemi.