Suprematic Collection by Noom

June 25, 2019

Metal Supreme

Suprematic Collection by NoomUkrainian designer Kateryna Sokolova and manufacturing expert Arkady Vartanov teamed up in 2017 to create Noom, a design brand which combines traditional and modern metalwork techniques to create highly sculptural interior objects.

Their Suprematic collection, inspired by the geometric paintings of pioneering Suprematist artist Kazimir Malevich, combines simple forms such as circles, lines and tubes to create striking suspension lights and vases which would not look out of place in a modern art museum. We particularly like the limited edition vases, featuring panels which have been hand-hammered or have special oxidised finishes, adding an element of texture to the bold compositions. This beautiful collection is not just a showcase of the team's artistic flair but also a testament to the depth of their craftsmanship and expertise.

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Product Inspiration

Create a bold, geometric look with the Heartbreaker sofa from Moroso, the Explorer tables from BD Barcelona Design and the Luna cabinet from Coediton.

Heartbreaker Sofa - Moroso - Do  Explorer Tables - BD Barcelona Design - Do   Luna Cabinet - Coedition- Do

 

We love the geometric shapes of the Frame suspension light from Utu, the Loop table light from LZF and the Kizu table light from New Works.

Frame II Suspension Light - Utu - Do    Loop Table Light - LZF - Do   Kizu Table Lamp - New Works - Do

 

Add a distinctive sculptural touch with accessories such as the Axonometry Parallelepiped Set from Ghidini 1961, the Half Moon wall shelf from Formae and the Monuments magazine holder from Menu.

Axonometry Parallelepiped Set - Ghidini 1961 - Do   Half Moon Wall Shelf - Formae - Do   Monuments Magazine Holder - Menu - Do


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