Terrazzo – a polished concrete containing chips of marble or granite – has been experiencing a resurgence lately. We've selected 10 of our most-pinned interiors that use the material, from a Singapore restaurant to a Bali hotel.
Shanghai studio Linehouse used strips of pastel-hued terrazzo to decorate the bar area of WeWork's Chinese flagship, which is located in a former opium factory.
For this contemporary home in a town near Belfast, architecture studio Hall McKnight contrasted white walls and pared-back furnishings with a floor featuring an aggregate of black marble chips.
Pale pink terrazzo is paired with soft lighting and grey velvet furnishings inside this Singapore restaurant completed by Barber and Osgerby's Universal Design Studio.
Light linen drapes define rooms inside this pared-back Beijing tea house by Space Modification Unit, which also features white gravel, terrazzo and marble flooring.
The muted interiors of Berger & Berger's exhibition space for the collection of gallerist Yvon Lambert feature white terrazzo flooring and a curving white concrete staircase.
Grey terrazzo features prominently inside Valentino's New York flagship store by British architect David Chipperfield, which also features brass fixtures and oak shelving.
This zigzagging extension to a terraced London house, by Bureau de Change Architects, has a monochrome kitchen offset with pale grey terrazzo flooring.
Intended to showcase local craftsmanship, this hotel in Bali by architect Andra Matin features joinery made from Indonesian teak and bespoke terrazzo that was made on site.
Viu's creative director Fabrice Aeberhard stripped an old bookshop back to its basics to create this minimal eyewear store in Vienna. The only addition of colour is a pale pink terrazzo plinth in the middle of the space.
Local studio Archmongers overhauled the interior of a former council-owned house in north London, adding a bright blue tap and brass-lined terrazzo flooring to the bathroom.