An icy Swedish hotel has reinvented itself.
A new eatery is charming the pants off Auckland’s suburb of Parnell.
A stunning Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, home might just be the beach house to beat the band.
A Grey Lynn, Auckland, café has been given a new lease on life.
An Auckland designer celebrates a decade in business from his architecturally designed workroom.
An Omaha Beach holiday house makes summer living easy for its many owners.
Frank Gehry has build a building at the University of Technology in Sydney.
New Zealand chef Nic Watt’s latest feat is a fabulous French-Vietnamese bistro.
A contemporary, clean-lined home in Cape Town, South Africa, embraces its site with ease.
An impressive new build responds to the rugged topography of West Vancouver, Canada.
A trio of townhouses transform a gritty, inner-city Melbourne street.
A modular home on Waiheke Island provides a contemporary escape from the city.
An architectural design solves issues of limited space and extreme weather in Iran.
An Australian holiday home is designed to embrace nature, sustainability and lots of parties.
An extensive renovation results in an outstanding kitchen and plenty of secret design details.
A humble Auckland bungalow is transformed into a drop-dead-gorgeous family home with an elegant garden.
Staff members at Fisher & Paykel got a new perk at their jobs recently, when they moved into their new office.
We’ve rounded up the latest trends and tricks for the smallest room in the house.
Urbis critiques a simple Japanese home with one very special detail.
We’ve coveted the very latest looks for the room that is known as the heart of the home.
A dynamic trio of Kiwi expats in New York have recently shifted their caffeine dispensary Happy Bones.
A Melbourne, Australia, home undergoes a terrific transformation, thanks to its architect owner.
Urbis talks to the creators of a cosy, low-cost cabin in snowy Canada.
A home just out of Melbourne, Australia, is sophisticated and sleek despite serious financial and topographical constraints.
A modern, multi-levelled Sydney, Australia, home tips its cap to its neighbourhood’s historical context.
A house in snowy Quebec, Canada, makes the most of its extreme location and show-stopping views.
An Auckland residence combines the old and the new in the most original and thoughtful of ways.
The ever-impressive Hip Group adds another culinary and architectural flower to its bouquet.
A townhouse in the French capital skilfully combines fine art and luxurious furnishings.
A new Auckland International Airport building carries its greenery on its roof.
Air New Zealand’s airport lounge in Los Angeles brings a piece of New Zealand to Southern California.
A house perched dramatically on the coast of New South Wales, Australia, contains an impressive collection of art.
Perched high above the ocean, Max Patté’s Wellington home is the perfect place to exhibit his work.
A Portuguese décor combines both old and contemporary art and furniture for ultra-stylish effect.
A shed has become the perfect repository for an architect’s extraordinary collection of contemporary art.
Urbis visits a quartet of architecturally designed artists’ studios in remote Canada.
An architect turns his hand to his family home with the extensive renovation of an Edwardian dwelling.
We found an American home that hit rock bottom and built around it.
A 1920s’ cottage has a makeover which incorporates the old and the new in its architecture.
A clever renovation of a 1960s’ cottage brings Scandinavian style to a suburb of Melbourne.