Contemporary yoga studios soothe the mind as much as they stretch the body.
Handcrafted of solid oak, La Cabine is produced by Line Art for La Fonction.
The 2015 winners have been announced at a ceremony held in the Dowse Art Museum in Wellington.
Book review: Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes by Dan Eagle
Urbis is giving you an edible version of the magazine, as The Caker makes an “Urbis cake” dripping with springtime goodness.
Think of it as a bookstore for tea enthusiasts – browse-worthy aisles of glass beakers and canisters hold over 165 varieties.
Nature, a clever shape, and American colonial architecture inform this award-winning holiday house in the heart of New England.
A classic modernist home in Melbourne by Merchant Builders is renovated to restore its finest features.
Just outside Los Angeles, a former avian sanctuary is now a peaceful retreat for an interior designer.
An urban eyrie enjoys views of Auckland’s most iconic built and natural landscapes.
Eastern Europe’s rich design history is honoured in this minimalist interior.
More than utilitarian spaces, contemporary kitchens are gathering zones full of elements of theatre and craftsmanship.
Thoughtful design expressed with imaginative materials creates a sense of sanctuary.
Find out what inspires Unna Burch – food photographer, stylist and author of My Garden Kitchen.
The frontman of Grand Designs New Zealand, Chris Moller, chats with Urbis about the new show, architecture and Kevin McCloud.
Dynamic people keep the creative spirit alive in this small, progressive city.
Urbis meets Graham Nelson and Jacquie Elley from Manifold.