Coca-Cola’s new bright-red office-cum-training facility is not afraid to shout.
The surprisingly charming working and sleeping arrangements of Melbourne architects Sibling.
A make-over and expansion has made Superette Ponsonby twice as much fun.
Google’s new UK headquarters in London has more than a touch of British charm.
The DDB Group’s new fit-out marries thoughtful design with candy colours.
Urbis gets to know Cape Town: South Africa’s hippest city, and World Design Capital for 2014.
An Auckland home is a case study in how a combination of vivid hues can work wonderfully well.
Taking its cue from the haphazard old baches around it, a Brisbane holiday home uses colour to create an interesting façade.
A new Auckland cafe is feeding souls and stomachs. And dishing up an exciting interior.
A development department gets to play at work.
Old and new work in harmony in Crane Brother’s new fitout.
A carefully considered family home in Austria puts everything – work, family, even the kids – in its proper place.
San Francisco game company Pocket Gems has all the fun.
A home on Waiheke Island features bright, bold architectural details and an impressive collection of colourful art.
Some deliciously different architecture in South Korea.
Queensland architecture firm Tonic open their garage doors as a bar and cafe.
Located in West Perth, this Italian, “Nonna’s kitchen”-style restaurant offers great food and a fabulous fit out.
Another quirky Aussie bar has us wanting to throw on our glad rags and jetset across the ditch for a cocktail.
A Gordon Moller home is treated to a meticulous renovation in the eastern suburbs of Wellington.
A New Zealander cultivates a calm home and sprawling garden in the middle of the metropolis that is New York City.
A tiny dwelling is captured in a moment between anchoring and flight.
Brick Bay Wines in Warkworth makes for the perfect day trip destination from Auckland.
A tight budget and a humid climate have produced a beach house in Queensland, Australia, that is light and luxe.
A Marlborough winery lives up to the Maori meaning of its name with an arrow-shaped design.
The name Elephant Hill conjures up ideas of large proportions. This Hawke’s Bay winery does not disappoint.
In the middle of Cape Town, South Africa, a contemporary home manages to stay cool, calm and collected.
The first of our pick of New Zealand’s best wineries quenches our thirst for good architecture as well as good wine.
A Wellington architect makes his mark on a secluded stretch of Aussie coastline.
A water-side hotspot in our biggest, little city.
A swedish prefab could be the next big thing in baches.
A house that hasn’t even been built yet has been lauded at the World Architecture Festival.
Urbis’ favourite bathroom is utilitarian, but charming in every way.
Urbis’ revisits one of Melbourne’s most fascinating houses.
A new casino bar in Brisbane ups the glamour quotient in Queensland.
A facelift for the world’s best restaurant, Noma.
A quirky cafe on the foreshore of Torquay beach near Melbourne is deemed this year’s ‘Best Eatery’.
An old commercial building is transformed into a show-stopper of a home.
This Chinese building is crazy and ever so clever.
The new flagship fashion store is flanked by leafy urban gardens.
One of Urbis’ favourites from the Australian National Architecture Awards.