Spaces | Visitors at Dubai’s Jumeirah Creekside Hotel can check out some the region’s best contemporary art, with a collection of nearly 500 individually curated pieces.
Places | Dynamic people keep the creative spirit alive in this small, progressive city.
Places | From a sandy backwater to glitzy mega-city, the exponential growth of Dubai has produced a heady mix of old world and new.
Places | From neoclassicism to Scandinavian modernism, this near-Arctic city continues to grow its rich history of design excellence.
People | Urbis chats with fashion designer Adrienne Whitewood at her shop Ahu, which showcases mainly her own designs.
Places | Meet the individuals carving a creative soul onto this cultural and tourism mecca.
People | Urbis caught up with furniture maker Thorben Wuttke in his hometown of Honolulu.
Places | The sun shines every day, the sea is blue and warm, the cocktails are plentiful and the shopping is endless.
Places | The home of Grunge, Microsoft and the biggest coffee brand in the world might just be the best small city in the USA.
Places | Eschew smoke-filled cafés for a more contemporary experience in the capital of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Places | Sprawling, sunny and scattered with stunning architectural gems, La La Land is the place to escape to this winter.
Places | There’s more to this former British colony than shopping and ethnic food. Read about one of the most exciting cities in Asia.
Places | You can’t beat Wellington on a good day, right? New Zealand’s capital isn’t too bad on a bad day either; thanks to its urban design, restaurants and museums, and the people who inhabit it.
Spaces | This Hawaiian resort is on the fast track to becoming Maui’s hippest place to stay.
Spaces | This beachside hotel is cool, masculine and surprisingly German.
Spaces | This Greek Island resort is luxury without pretense.
Spaces | The Brazilian Insólito Boutique Hotel might just be the most perfect beach-side getaway.
People | Urbis meets the creative force behind PARTY.
People | Urbis stops in at the Tokyo studio of illustrator and childrens’ book author Kanako Ogawa.
People | Urbis talks to architects Klein and Dytham on a Style City tour of Tokyo.