Pendant lamp Suprematic CS1 by noom
The lighting collection Suprematic, by Noom, is inspired by Russian painter Kazimir Malevitch, known for his work in Suprematic movement (beginning of the twenty century). This artistic movement is characterized by the use of simple geometrical shapes (as cercles, squares, rectangles, etc) and vibrant colors.
Suprematic pendant lamps are designed the same way: a combination of three different and simplified geometric shapes: circles, ovals and cylinders.
Depending on the models, the noble materials used aren’t the same: from copper to steel or brass. The metal disc on the pendant lamp can be made of copper, brass or aluminum and the two other parts are made of painted steel. Each pendant lamp is available in three versions.
Noom studio has created a limited edition of pendant lamps Suprematic; with a high quality work on the metal.
The pendant lamps Suprematic can be associated to other two create a contemporary set of lightings.