Chef, restaurateur and travelling nomad Josh Emett shares his worldly possessions.
The designers behind Les Invasions Ephémères call the hip Paris suburb, Montreuil, home.
The childhood pals behind Superette talk to Kirsten Matthew about mixing fashion and furnishings.
Kirsten Matthew talks to homewares and accessories designer Emma Hayes about her evocative, luxurious designs.
This Brittany-born gallerist with a PhD in medieval art history has opened her own contemporary art gallery in Paris.
A Paris-based architect with a contemporary vision for her city (and a massive collection of shoes).
Urbis caught up with the architect behind some of the region’s best buildings.
Jordan Rondel (aka The Caker) has a penchant for wholesome baked goods - and a cornucopia of much-loved possessions.
The multi-talented Napier-based artist shares her passion for the region.
Urbis catches up with the Napier-based artists behind Aroha & Friends and House of Aroha.
Sharon Stephenson meets the designer keeping Australasia’s nightlife neighbourhoods au courant.
A chat with Auckland interior decorator, and owner of the home on this issue’s cover, Sarah Loutit.
This well-known New Zealand potter and painter calls Napier home.
Clare Chapman asks award-winning Christchurch designer Ingrid Geldof how to create the perfect kitchen.
Rotorua’s Kelly Thompson has filled her Melbourne apartment with pretty sentimental things and pieces of her own artwork.
Two years ago this pair established a homeware store, Showroom, in a 1930s’ building on Tai’an Lu.
The men of Box Living chat about small floor plans, modular homes and the nascent New Zealand urban-bach movement.
Design director and interior architect Simon Park sings the praises of his adopted home town.
Jasmax architectural graduate Patrick Loo named Emerging Design Professional at 2013 Interior Awards.
This kiwi landscape designer is right at home in the middle of Shanghai.
Charlotte Minty is spreading the gospel of durability, utility and beauty as part of her Wellington interior design practice.
Melbourne’s Foolscap Studio is making waves in interior design. We chat with its director, Adele Winteridge.
Store-owner Ron Redel’s collections of fantastic furniture and objets d’art fill his Auckland home.
Meet Matt Rawlins: the Figureground architect who turns warehouses into restaurants and factories into cafes.
We chat with Barnaby Bennett, co-editor of Christchurch: The Transitional City, who is soon to visit Auckland.
Barbara Rubin meets Cape Town illustrator, designer and owner of Skinny laMinx.
Meet the rising star of Cape Town’s design world.
Choreographer Jay Pather curates Cape Town’s week-long arts festival, Infecting the City.
Angie Masutti injects colour and pattern into vintage furniture from her rural Whangarei home.
South African architect Ilze Wolff shares her passion for her city and design.
Designer Rebecca Snelling talks to Urbis about Douglas + Bec, the homewares brand she created with her dad.
Urbis caught up with British design darling Tom Dixon during his whistle-stop tour of New Zealand.
Urbis grabs a moment with Kate and Mark of Studio Frazerhurst ahead of Urbis Designday on Saturday 23 March.
Murray Bevan, Imogene Pyne and BoConcept will present a fashion installation on 23 March. Bevan explains the stylish project.
We talk to the woman behind Design Assembly, one of Urbis Designday’s collaborators for 2013.
Actor Ian Hughes shares the prized possessions in his Newton, Auckland, apartment.
Brisbane architect Shaun Lockyer has a chat to Urbis about his work.
New Yorker turned Miami local, architect Allan Shulman is rebuilding Miami, his adopted hometown.
Piero Borsellino, editor of Aortica fell in love with Auckland and dedicated an entire tome to the City of Sails.
Lauren Palmer tells Urbis about her job creating some of the world’s coolest cookware.