In its complete renovation of a residence in Legnano, Italy, Milan-based NoneStudio created an open layout anchored by custom-made furnishings in a sleek, contemporary style. For lighting, the designers selected striking luminaires by Vibia.
The kitchen features several fixtures in Arik Levy’s North collection. Over the island, the hanging lamp is suspended from the ceiling. The LED-powered pendant features a spare silhouette punctuated by a triangular shade affixed to the slender rod.
The luminaire casts a focused pool of downward light to brighten the food preparation area, while its vertical line echoes the look of the utensils that hang to one side.
Nearby, Nonesuch chose a pair of North wall lamps. Its long carbon fibre stem reaches from the wall across the room, one dangling above the dining table and another suspended over the kitchen sink. The lamps’ trajectory in the space draws the eye upwards to the beamed wooden ceiling, its sleek metal craftsmanship creating a compelling material counterpoint.