The Urbis selection of some of the most alluring objects from this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.
This abstract meditation space in the middle of a forest is deeply intertwined with the woodland that surrounds it.
Golden leaves and rosy cheeks inspired this edit of soft, warm tones for the cooler evenings indoors.
A collection that uses natural materials, and patterns and textures inspired by leafy landscapes.
A round-up of the latest, the most outstanding or plain promising servings in the local culinary scene.
Urbis talked to Katy Wakefield, the creator of the Auckland Bike Style blog.
Interior designer Jessica White of Room by Room has created her first collection of locally made and designed furniture.
Pliable, geometric and infinitely sculptural – an edit of objects that make the most of metal.
Urbis reviews Upgrade: Home extensions, alterations and refurbishments, published by Gestalten.
Dean Cornish explores green gadgets, forms of transport and a smart watch with design credentials.
London-based designer and furniture maker Cassandra Ellis mixes nature and timelessness in her own home. Here, she shares some of the objects she loves.
A Kiwi creative director residing in a small, green, island oasis outside of Hong Kong shares some of the items she loves.
Sharon Stephenson talked to Wellington illustrator Hannah Webster about her passion for capturing New Zealand forests.
A slick holiday home in Nelson is luring its Singapore-based owners into making it their permanent abode.
This architect’s penthouse boasts enviable green spaces and a vertigo-inducing outdoor bath.
Designed for a jet-set family with several international abodes, this Monaco apartment strikes a seemingly effortless balance between comfort and style.
The purity of Japanese architecture is energised by the daily performance of sunlight.
A designer villa in Bali, inspired by Japanese minimalism and with a strong environmental ethos, captures the essence of simplicity, luxury and relaxation.
Although set among native bushland on the outskirts of Melbourne, this multi-generational home exudes a very urban sophistication.
Leanne Amodeo speaks with Melbourne interior designer David Flack, known for delivering high-end hospitality, retail and residential projects of strikingly lush colour and strong materiality.