A concrete expert builds a fitting palace for his family.
Winners of the annual Eat Drink Design Awards, which recognises the best in hospitality interior design, were revealed in Melbourne on 8 November.
Amsterdam-based creative studio Steinbeisser has been turning a few heads recently with its series of Experimental Gastronomy events.
On the merits and elegance of architectural simplicity.
Mineral salt, granite and even nougat-inspired objects bring a sense of concrete solidity and playful elegance to the home.
Pastels and powders, friendly curves and not a sharp edge in sight. Whatever you do… keep these away from the bonfire.
Spearheaded by Japanese coffee maestro Teru Harase and his Auckland-based wife, Kim, iki café in East Tokyo has been fully set up as a cultural purveyor of the New Zealand café culture.
Warren Moran, author of New Zealand Wine: The Land, the Vines, the People, takes us around New Zealand through five wineries.
On the eve of their fifth anniversary, vintage furniture darlings Mr Bigglesworthy are celebrating by showcasing their first-ever New Zealand collection. Urbis caught up with Dan and Emma Eagle to talk shop.
Apparent transparent; plastic fantastic; neon pink and dollops of yellow. These bathroom scenes are made to reset your colour dial. Soap bubbles are entirely optional.
In the third of a series, Urbis teams up with Fisher & Paykel to explore creative collaborations.
Award-winning chef and the mastermind behind Cassia Restaurant, Sid Sahrawat and his wife, Chand, show us the objects they love.
Director of SJB Interiors in Sydney, Jonathan Richards chats to Leanne Amodeo about all things kitchen and bathroom design.
Like Russian Matryoshka dolls, kitchens and bathrooms are miniature projects within projects. And, with the trend to concealed pantries and cleverly hidden storage, the surprises just keep coming say Tim Dorrington and Sam Atcheson of Auckland’s Dorrington Atcheson Architects.
Located on a mountainside in a clearing in the São Paulo jungle, this house has its head in the trees and its feet in the undergrowth.
A home in a former cooking school mixes luxe and casual for a serene domestic recipe.
Textures and natural materials abound in this Auckland home, yet a soothing palette ensures its art and objects does not visually burden its inhabitants.
This inner-city Auckland villa has been transformed from a dated character into a classic-minimalist urban retreat.
Poise is a collection of sculptural utensils “designed purely for beauty and elegance,” according to designer Daniel Kamp.