Architect David Neil’s recent renovation of a 1980s Melbourne house by architect Max May, owned by builder Neil McLennan, included three Non-Random pendant lights – two in black and one in white combine with function. Located above the dining table set within a double-height void, they add a sculptural quality to the open plan living spaces. “They’re the first thing you notice when you walk into the space, accentuating the dramatic ceiling heights,” David says, who, like Neil, wasn’t after lighting that emitted too strong a light. “This house is extremely light,” Neil says, pointing out the generous glazing that formed part of May’s original design. “I love the quality of the light these pendants provide and their distinctive shape,” he adds.