Maison & Objet’s designer of the year – 2017.
Borrowing from Moorish motifs, Brazilian vernacular, contemporary art and a playful melding of colour and forms, this home is never, ever dull.
Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres talks with Urbis about design inspiration, materials and thinking holistically.
This holiday home in the Hawke’s Bay is equal parts relaxation, art gallery, viewing platform and a subtle homage to Palm Springs.
A show flat’s interior is emboldened through a cross-continental lifestyle and design collaboration.
The home of Puerto Rico’s leading luxury residential developer is a fitting gem on the Caribbean coast.
This Auckland home is a cabinet of curiosities filled to the rafters with meticulous design and well-curated art.
We review We are Dandy by Nathaniel Adams and Rose Callahan.
The 2017 iteration of the Auckland Arts Festival is expected to present over 45 individual events from 11 countries and including seven world premieres. To make it easier, here are our picks.
A multi-generational home extension in Quebec uses contemporary flair to build on the past.
This edit is not quite ’80s. It is not entirely Memphis-inspired and definitely not for the faint-hearted. It is, however, loud, youthful and proudly eclectic.
A refreshing take on ‘new luxury’.
Andrew Kerr profiles two vehicles that reflect the momentum of innovation across the car industry.
Devout collector and artist Cruz Jimenez shows us his villa and some of the objects he loves.
Dedicated follower of beauty and craft, Prak Sritharan takes us on a tour of his favourite objects.
Curator Sophie Wallace returned home from her time at Pace Gallery in New York to open Hastings’ newest gallery, Parlour Projects.
Urbis talks to young New Zealand expat, Briar Hickling, succeeding in the competitive world of interior design in China.