Fashion designer Kenzo Takada opens the doors to his beloved Paris apartment.
A house extension in France that is adventurous, honest and respects its surrounding landscape.
This stylish family home intelligently tackles urban restrictions by building directly under London.
A couple’s collection of rare and unusual design and art pieces finds harmony in this tiny loft apartment that boasts a view of a historic windmill.
Design matriarchs Patrizia Moroso and Patricia Urquiola have come together to create the former’s Italian home. The result is brimming with textures and imagination.
2016’s Australian House of the Year is a warm, inviting gem on Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
This Italian apartment shows that emulating elegance is the easy part… creating style with substance is a far more elusive enterprise.
The fluid, colourful motion of iridescence is equal parts soap bubbles, shimmering pearls and a soothing dream-like state.
A choreography amongst human forms, the fluid architecture of clothes, furniture and vintage primaries.
Tesla’s move to mainstream leads electric vehicle charge.
In the second of a series, Urbis teams up with Fisher & Paykel to explore creative collaborations.
Guest editor Benny Castles (from fashion label World) reviews titles that celebrate the beauty of fashion, flowers and film.
Recently returned to New Zealand after more than a decade as a professional dancer in Europe. He is creating the choreography for the World of Wearable Arts, among others.
Fashion designer Beth and her partner, photographer Sam Hartnett, open the door to their Mt Eden home to show us their treasured items.
Marc Newson discusses some of his influences and his latest luggage collection for Louis Vuitton.
Architect Joseph Hampton talks to Claire McCall about his career and the layers of history, culture and context that precede his designs.
Films, yoga, food and a bit of ‘hipness’ in Canada’s wet city.
Four guys, some whisky and a conversation about creativity, business and design.