Bright sparks: The best new projects on the interior design scene

From ceramics to renovations, the design scene is abuzz – here are four new projects that have caught our eye this week.

Bentu’s Terrazzo collection

Terrazzo can be found in humble places, but when paired with high-end design, it pops brilliantly. 

Made from recycled materials, Bentu’s new lighting and furniture range uses this effect to give minimalist products a touch of attitude. 

See more at remodern.com.au

A Girl Called Jayne 

A Girl Called Jayne. Credit: Kontent.Photo: Kontent

Elwood’s popular Turtle Cafe has been reimagined as A Girl Called Jayne.

Owner Anthony Cannan has called on architect Oliver Duff for the sleek makeover defined by soft grey-green hues and art deco accents.

Its understated style complements the iconic 1920s Alderley building that it calls home.

Anchor Ceramics wall hooks 

Anchor Wall Hooks from Anchor Ceramics. Credit: Lisa Cohen.
Photo: Lisa Cohen

This team can do no wrong.

Following their popular limited Scape Series of geometric forms and their tasteful pet bowls, solving a struggle long faced by design-conscious animal owners, comes their hand-made wall hooks which make art from the mundane.

See more at hubfurniture.com.au

Mamy Blue armchair

Mamy Blue armchair. Credit: Supplied.
Photo: Supplied

This throne-like chair by Roberto Lazzeroni was designed for reading and relaxing, making it the ultimate spot for settling down with your book.

Built with an agile frame and back structure made from polyurethane foam, you’ll be in heaven.

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