Dean Cornish talks to fashion designer Wayne Sørensen about the path that took him from Whangarei to an idyllic home in the arid hills of Portugal.
New Zealand fashion designer Joanna Hadfield and her photographer partner Andrew MacPherson show us their home above the Hollywood Hills in sun-drenched California.
We meet Nicola and Christopher Cox, a British and New Zealand couple who are producing sculptural furniture and lighting inspired by nature, art and antiques.
Rebecca Gross catches up with Branch Studio Architects’ director Nicholas Russo about the firm’s work and philosophy.
Christchurch artist Kara Burrowes creates her highly textured artworks using reclaimed native timbers from earthquake destroyed buildings in her home city.
Sharon Stephenson talks to Daniel Whitaker and Emma Ransley, the pair behind The River: designers and makers of wooden furniture in the Windy City.
Musician Jennifer Zea and food entrepreneur Thomas Dietz open the doors to their home.
Weaver Chris Duncan and his partner Joe Yen talk about their craft and running a unique, creative endeavour in the middle of a bustling city.
We chat with Clooney’s head chef Jacob Kear about being at the helm of the iconic restaurant for the last seven months and his passion for foraging.
A Kiwi creative director residing in a small, green, island oasis outside of Hong Kong shares some of the items she loves.
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.
Sharon Stephenson talked to Wellington illustrator Hannah Webster about her passion for capturing New Zealand forests.
Urbis talked to Katy Wakefield, the creator of the Auckland Bike Style blog.
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.
Apartment developers Josephine and John Love share some of the objects that make them feel at home.
Ferrari’s Dieter Knechtel is numero uno in the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions. But when it comes to engines, 12 is his number. Andrew Kerr caught up with him for a quick-fire Q&A.
Striking a balance between work and play has led the owner of furniture brand Lujo, Warren Twisleton, to design a range of contemporary furniture that creates a sense of holiday at home.
Camille Khouri talked to renowned interior and furniture designer Francis Sultana about his life as a designer and his beautifully furnished apartment (featured in the current issue of Urbis).
Building Community: New Apartment Architecture is a visually arresting book with a poignant and timely theme. Vanessa Coxhead spoke to its author Michael Webb about what makes a great apartment building.
Curator Sophie Wallace returned home from her time at Pace Gallery in New York to open Hastings’ newest gallery, Parlour Projects.
Dedicated follower of beauty and craft, Prak Sritharan takes us on a tour of his favourite objects.
Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres talks with Urbis about design inspiration, materials and thinking holistically.
Devout collector and artist Cruz Jimenez shows us his villa and some of the objects he loves.
Urbis talks to young New Zealand expat, Briar Hickling, succeeding in the competitive world of interior design in China.
The winner of the coveted Emerging Design Professional award at the 2016 Interior Awards catches up with Federico Monsalve.
A couple helping to redefine New Plymouth’s social scene show us their favourite objects.
Auckland-born, New York photographer Pippa Drummond talks to Urbis about her work and passions.
Leanne Amodeo chats with Spanish design duo Masquespacio and discovers a refreshing vitality and eye-catching combinations.
Rebecca Smidt and Dariush Lolaiy from game and wild-food restaurant Cazador show us the objects they can’t live without.
Federico Monsalve caught up with Wellington design student Josh Bruderer, maker of the io lamp.
Director of SJB Interiors in Sydney, Jonathan Richards chats to Leanne Amodeo about all things kitchen and bathroom design.
Award-winning chef and the mastermind behind Cassia Restaurant, Sid Sahrawat and his wife, Chand, show us the objects they love.
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.
Architect Joseph Hampton talks to Claire McCall about his career and the layers of history, culture and context that precede his designs.
Fashion designer Beth and her partner, photographer Sam Hartnett, open the door to their Mt Eden home to show us their treasured items.
Urbis chats to feature filmmaker and artist Vincent Ward about his latest exhibition and the inspiration behind his work.
Urbis meets the brains behind Miss Crabb, a small Auckland-based label with a strong cult following and a very unique perspective.
Marc Newson discusses some of his influences and his latest luggage collection for Louis Vuitton.
Recently returned to New Zealand after more than a decade as a professional dancer in Europe. He is creating the choreography for the World of Wearable Arts, among others.
Oscar-winning Catherine Martin talks to Urbis about her recently released textile design collection.