Objects | These objects of desire seem to harken from a tropical paradise where the breezy foliage is heavy with ripe, exotic fruit.
Objects | It’s cocktail hour at the expat club and the jazz is floating rhythmically above the lounge.
People | A Kiwi creative director residing in a small, green, island oasis outside of Hong Kong shares some of the items she loves.
Objects | Pliable, geometric and infinitely sculptural – an edit of objects that make the most of metal.
Objects | A collection that uses natural materials, and patterns and textures inspired by leafy landscapes.
Objects | Interior designer Jessica White of Room by Room has created her first collection of locally made and designed furniture.
Objects | Golden leaves and rosy cheeks inspired this edit of soft, warm tones for the cooler evenings indoors.
Objects | The Urbis selection of some of the most alluring objects from this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.
Objects | A refined take on the utilitarian and industrial shapes from the Soviet era’s metal furniture design. Stalin would most certainly not be amused.
Objects | Shaped and brought to shore by the whim of curious tides.
Objects | Much like linear hatching in drawing and engraving, these pieces create shade and tone through lines that seem almost hand sketched.
Objects | Items using or referencing traditional handcrafts. Earthy materials, prints, colours, patterns and forms connect the home to other cultures and ways of living.
People | Dedicated follower of beauty and craft, Prak Sritharan takes us on a tour of his favourite objects.
Objects | A refreshing take on ‘new luxury’.
Objects | This edit is not quite ’80s. It is not entirely Memphis-inspired and definitely not for the faint-hearted. It is, however, loud, youthful and proudly eclectic.
Objects | What’s new in Japanese design? Its minimalist tradition and subtle classics are reinvented for residential environments.
Objects | The digital revolution and its pulsating colours are infiltrating almost every realm of our lives, and the homewares and furniture industries are no different.
Objects | Even if it hasn’t been produced yet, this prototype lamp by Wellington design student Josh Bruderer ticks so many boxes that we can’t help but admire it.
Objects | Apparent transparent; plastic fantastic; neon pink and dollops of yellow. These bathroom scenes are made to reset your colour dial. Soap bubbles are entirely optional.
Objects | Pastels and powders, friendly curves and not a sharp edge in sight. Whatever you do… keep these away from the bonfire.