Urbis attended the launch of ECC’s Milan Report, in which Mike Thorburn and his team collate their finds from the Milan Furniture Fair 2015.
Think & Shift are collaborating with Rapid Advanced Manufacturing to create a new series of furniture and lighting.
Adaptive reuse, industrial-chic and a more residential feel to the workplace were common themes in this year’s Interior Awards.
This issue, Urbis is going monochrome.
A maritime-themed café, a street art installation and a watercress table are among the finalists in this year’s Interior Awards.
Designer Liam Bowden’s leather goods are now available on Newmarket’s Osborne Street.
New Zealand Institute of Architects announces creative director of New Zealand Exhibition at 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Indulge yourself in the latest Urbis issue 85 (April-May 2015), on sale now.
Kiwi design showroom Moaroom has opened a store in one of the hippest streets in Paris.
This issue, Urbis is taking you back to the beach.
Pick up the December/January Best Of issue of Urbis, on sale now.
Barkers’ biggest-ever clothing store opened at 1 High Street in Auckland’s CBD in September.
Winners of the National ADNZ/Resene Architectural Design Awards were announced in September. Read about the winners here.
Pick up the 2014 October/November issue of Urbis, on sale now.
Winners of the international Restaurant & Bar Design Awards were announced on 25 September in London.
Winners of the ECC NZ Student Craft / Design Awards 2014 were announced in Wellington on Friday, 29 August.
The latest issue of Urbis is a winter wonderland of warm spaces and places.
A stylish and exclusive packed-out cocktail event held on June 26 at Auckland’s Ponsonby Central.
The 2014 ECC New Zealand Student Craft/Design Awards is now looking for entries.
With much fanfare and celebration, the gongs were given out, accompanied by stunning visuals.
Fearon Hay Architects’ project sails away with top accolade at 2014 Interior Awards.
Artistic prowess and sheer drive sealed the deal for this young designer at the 2014 Interior Awards.
We’ve gone all arty with this issue of Urbis.
Get your hands on the latest April/May issue of Urbis.
Herne Bay’s hot new homeware store has opened.
Shoe designer Kathryn Wilson has opened a new Auckland boutique.
This new edition of Urbis hits the shops today. Read all about it.
Xanthe White and Bayley LuuTomes’ recent award-winning designs are something for us more prosaic gardeners to aspire to.
This high-backed, cocooning, leaf-patterned armchair was our pick for Best Furniture item in 2013.
Our Best of 2013 winners were celebrated at an intimate event at Auckland’s The French Kitchen.
Urbis‘ Best issue of the year is now on sale.
We spotlight 13 designs and makers that have made a significant impression on the Urbis team this year.
The Interior Awards programme has a new panel of judges for the 2014 season.
All the winners from the Registered Master Builders 2013 House of the Year Awards.
Now’s the time to enter your future architectural concepts into the 2013 Unbuilt Architecture Awards.
The winners of the 2013 Eat-Drink-Design Awards are announced.
Kathryn Wilson’s 10 Year Retrospective exhibition opens at Saatchi & Saatchi Gallery, Auckland.
International recognition for some of our favourite Auckland bars, eateries and coffee spots.
The winners of the Resene Architectural Design Awards are revealed.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki named World’s Best Building at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore.