In recent years the kitchen has gone from being a work area designed to be as practical as possible, to being one of the neuralgic points of the house. In addition to being a workspace, many kitchens include offices or are open to the living room that require careful lighting that is warmer and more intimate than that of the work area.
Your lighting should be an active part of your design and it should be as practical as it is aesthetic. Even more so when the kitchens are physically open to the living room (through islands and peninsulas) or glass doors. From the hand of Vibia, we show you five examples of design kitchens in which a skillful use of lamps produces very creative effects and reinforces the style of each one of them.
Five design lamps for five kitchens
We start with a kitchen located in the Taiwanese city of Taipei. Designed by the Bohan Design studio, they chose the winner Guise pendant lamp to illuminate the bar / peninsula. Made of glass with precision cut carved and engraved, the light source of this luminaire – embedded LEDs – remains invisible while its delicately engraved surface provides warm lighting.
The second kitchen is located in a house in northern Spain and is a design by Holy kitchens who have chosen two Skan lamps, to illuminate the kitchen table. The minimalist creations of Lievore, Altherr and Molina are characterized by the simplicity of its design and the elegant play of slender lines and soft curves of its saucer shape. Produced in metal, the refined shape of this lamp provides the perfect balance to this kitchen with thick exposed stone walls and wooden beams that combines classic and contemporary touches. With a matte black finish that harmonizes with the tones of the kitchen island and adjacent display cabinets, the fixtures cast an overall downward light that defines the dining space.
The third kitchen also of Saints, and in them I know include two Hanging Flamingo lamps lend a refined timelessness to this spacious early 20th century apartment. With the weightlessness of the bird to which this Antoni Arola design owes its name, two hanging lamps seem to float above the large table. This ethereal and elegant luminaire with a deconstructed silhouette produces gradations of Led light and discreetly decorates the sobriety of this space.
In Madrid, another model of Flamingo suspension lights up a kitchen table designed by Muebles Dica. Its three uneven discs seem to float on the table, integrating perfectly into the modern and geometric lines of the space.
Arik Levy’s North suspension illuminates the kitchen in Madrid, also by Muebles Dica. A design by Diego Fortunato for Home Decor 2020. In this case it is the Mayfair floor lamp the one that completes the lighting of this space in which a fascinating fusion of styles and materials is included.
A space where it is articulated a delicate balance between the sophistication of the carved details and the purity of the furniture lines in noble woods with metallic finishes. The slim profile of this suspension illuminates the dining table that extends from the kitchen island; While, the black finish of its lampshade dialogues with the stools below. This design is a dynamic system of adjustable pieces that is made up of a base, a rod and an independent screen, and which concentrates the Led light, projecting itself downwards.
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