Even if it hasn’t been produced yet, this prototype lamp by Wellington design student Josh Bruderer ticks so many boxes that we can’t help but admire it.
New Zealand fashion brand Stolen Girlfriends Club recently super-sized their most iconic jewellery pieces for an art project, Pretty Vacant.
The digital revolution and its pulsating colours are infiltrating almost every realm of our lives, and the homewares and furniture industries are no different.
What’s new in Japanese design? Its minimalist tradition and subtle classics are reinvented for residential environments.
Camille Khouri takes a look at some of the holiday season’s most coveted books.
Writer John Walsh and photographer Patrick Reynolds talk about their latest book and the future of housing.
The White Hart building in New Plymouth has been many things throughout its 130 years: hospital, biker gang hang-out, derelict. Its latest iteration as the social axis of the West End Precinct is set to be one of the region’s stars this summer.
A true groundbreaker, the DB11 is a godsend for car enthusiasts who have long struggled to distinguish one modern Aston Martin from another.
Rebecca Smidt and Dariush Lolaiy from game and wild-food restaurant Cazador show us the objects they can’t live without.
A couple helping to redefine New Plymouth’s social scene show us their favourite objects.
Nestled into the sand dunes, this bach provides close communion with Auckland’s west coast and acts as a simplified expression of a strong architectural voice.
Theatricality, robustness and confident pride of place make this Waiheke home a true head-turner.
This chalet beside a Canadian lake is built for relaxation, socialising and unabashed communion with nature.
A 100-year-old tree in a former orchard in London gives this house clear design directions.
The interior of the 2016 House of the Year at the World Architecture Festival uses chiselled forms to follow the sun.
In the fourth of a series, Urbis teams up with Fisher & Paykel to explore creative collaborations.