Spearheaded by two Sydney-based manufacturers, new furniture brand Anomaly pairs Australian design with specialist local manufacture to create a range that revels in the unusual.
Top 5 burst of colour, by Lucy Marczyk
Lucy Marczyk, senior interior designer at Nexus Designs, shared her top five pieces in a range of different hues.
Miter side table
The Miter side table can be tailored to fit any sofa edge.
Designed by Dennis Marquart for Danish furniture company, Ox Design, the September chair features a soft leather seat and is now available with a powder-coated frame in mint green.
Melbourne design studio Yellow Diva releases a series of anodised aluminium pendant lights inspired by the clear night sky.
Sydney design studio, DesignByThem, adds the Butter Chair to its seating collection made from recycled plastic.
Derlot’s Alexander Lotersztain collaborates with the ceramics studio at the JamFactory to produce a range of handmade ceramic tableware for Depo cafe and restaurant.
Prima and Petit Ballerina
In her second collaboration with Melbourne lighting manufacturer, Rakumba, Simone LeAmon has created two lighting designs that draw on the traditional ballerina lampshade.