This year’s Milan Furniture Fair brought together some of the best exponents of industrial design alongside the most innovative furniture brands.
Big interior design ideas fill this shoebox-sized apartment in Taiwan.
Each year, Sydney’s iconic waterfront is turned into a kaleidoscope of light, sound and motion. Auckland-based Angus Muir Design exhibited four installations at Vivid Sydney 2016.
Big plans have been unveiled for the historic Grand Hotel near The University of Auckland on Princes Street.
In the first of a series, Urbis teams up with Fisher & Paykel to explore creative collaborations.
Rufus Knight talks to Nina Yashar, Shalini Misra and Mehves Ariburnu about the fifth iteration of SQUAT, a new concept of exhibition that combines design, art and architecture.
Tim Rundle, former head of design for Tom Dixon, chats houses, expat life, and a passion for quality and craftsmanship.
Justin Foote speaks to Kiwi-born architect Antony Martin about his work and design aesthetic, and how he came to settle across the Tasman.
Thomas Hamel, leading eye in the international design world, speaks about his views on creating warm spaces and his upcoming visit to New Zealand.
A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.
A Tasmanian home informed by the tactility and comfort of an antique book collection.
Inspired by a Japanese ‘sleeping box’, this Berlin apartment radiates colour.
This striking, contemporary cabin in central Norway uses glass, timber and pared-back design for an Oslo family’s ideal mountain getaway.
Urbis meets James and David Ardinast, restaurateurs from Frankfurt.
Urbis meets bar owner Sonja Schmid, who runs the casual yet on-trend Plank, in the heart of Frankfurt’s red-light district.