Nut Ceiling Light By Kononenko ID For MZPA

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Over the past few years, Ukrainian creatives have been making their mark in the design world. Kononenko ID studio’s latest product, the Nut ceiling lights, exemplifies why this trend has been gaining momentum lately. Made for MZPA, the lights feature a blend of premium materials, brought together in a creative and minimal design. Solid ash wood with grain textures and a lacquered finish complements the smooth surface of the white aluminum. A leather detail in dark brown connects the two sections while adding an eye-catching accent to the design.

Hanging by a fabric cord, the ceiling light not only brightens interiors but also brings a stylish touch to any décor. On its own or in a group of three or more pendants, Nut S stands out yet complements a wide range of furniture at the same time. You can find this product on the MZPA site, along with a second light in the same range – Nut C. Photographs© MZPA. Images courtesy of Kononenko ID.

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