Cross Street (behind the Iron Bank Building in Auckland) has become home to a new furniture showroom by Nathan Goldsworthy.
The Hayes Paddock community in Hamilton has a new relaxed neighbourhood eatery with a distinct local flavour.
Art Deco detailing, soft corners, circles and chunky lines make this a friendly tropical villa dripping with style.
A luxurious residence in the hills of Mexico City dwells in the treetops and is designed to afford its owners a deep connection with nature.
A central courtyard and walls of glass ensure this contemporary, beach-inspired iteration of a villa makes the most of its sloping site.
This coastal retreat in Estoril, Portugal uses art, colour and bespoke furniture to create a vibrant haven.
A Sao Paulo apartment with an impressive modernist lineage receives a rhythmic and contemporary twist.
Urbis reviews the recent opening of Fisher & Paykel’s Experience Centre in Sydney.
Everyone who is anyone in the furniture and interiors gig will be heading to Milan for Salone del Mobile, 2016.
Power couple of the local architecture scene Jessica Barter and Charles Walker invite us into their Grey Lynn villa to discover the objects they love.
New Zealand’s own Peruvian-born architectural designer José Gutiérrez talks heritage and the difference between lightness and flimsiness.
Urbis catches up with 2016 Maison&Objet’s designer of the year Eugeni Quitllet in Paris.
Urbis talks to Pedro Paulo Venzon, who is rethinking Brazil’s furniture traditions and boldly turning them on their head.
Urbis talks to Argentine artist Eduardo Navarro about not being totally in control of his artwork.
Chaotic yet elegant, sophisticated yet edgy… This city thrives on extremes.
Urbis catches up with Guadalupe García Mosqueda, restaurateur at Casa Cavia in Buenos Aires.