Interior design studio NOOM, Kiev, Ukraine
Photo: Vladimir Zhilinsky

NOOM is a young and rapidly growing Ukrainian design company that produces lighting, decor and home accessories. We try to create timeless design products which will be passed from generation to generation. NOOM is a place where design meets art.

Company was founded in 2017 by industrial designer Kateryna Sokolova and designer and successful entrepreneur Arkady Vartanov, who had 10 years’ experience of manufacturing and his own workshop Postformula Craft. Kateryna Sokolova is industrial designer who collaborates with world-famous brands as: Ligne Roset, Forestier, Jarre Technologies, Palau, Bolia etc.

Most of all our products are made from metal. We produce them by combining both traditional and modern manufacturing technologies. Every single piece involves careful manual work by our craftsmen. All products are made in our own workshop in Ukraine. This enables us to oversee the entire production process and pay attention to every single detail.

Thanks to the experts in chemistry, working at the oxidation of the metal and patina, NOOM manages to modify the unique new effects and colors for limited products.


When you live and work in the city, where the genius of suprematism Kazimir Malevich was born, studied art, and taught at the Art Academy, and when you walk the same paths and even have the workshop on the street that bears his name, it’s only a matter of time, until this presence starts to inspire your creation.

Suprematic collection of vases and lamps is inspired by geometric works of the great Suprematist Kazimir Malevich. Suprematism is a modernist movement in the art of the early twentieth century, focused on the basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines, and rectangles.

The geometric structure of the vases is not only a décor, but also functional dividers and holders for the owers, which allow you to create elegant compositions. Even an empty vase will always look like a small art object in your house. All vases in the collection are called by names of famous suprematists and modernist artists: Malevich Vase, Yermilov Vase, Delaunay Vase, Ekster Vase.