Friday, October 25, 2013

Ia Kutateladze for New Light

I would like to share my new collection of lighting created for a lighting store in Tbilisi, Georgia- New Light.
The design process in Georgia is strangely fulfilling for me. I don't know how, but all the obstacles, all the limited resources, somehow appears to be a positive aspect of the whole process. It allows the special attachment and sentiment with my products. And somehow, in the end they all are the exact representation of my imagination, they are just what I imaged them to be. It is truly a magical feeling!

Ballon 1 pendant. Oak sphere and plastic shade. The shade is completely rotatable and removable from the sphere, you can easily change the light to the desirable orientation.

Ballon 2 is also made of oak sphere and white painted plastic, that is completely removable and rotatable. 

Ballon 3- oak sphere and black painted plastic.

Lightsha chandelier. Is a result of experimentation between shadow and light, white and black, simple surfaces and distinct lines. 

Lightsha floor lamp.

Lightsha pendant.

Seethrough 1 - a pendant made of natural oak wood and glass. The shape is simple,with an extruded volume. 

Seethrough 2.

Seethrough floor lamp, the shade suspended from the metal tube, which is a main element of the structure. Oak details, toggle switch.

Wirebird chandelier -one large and four smaller wood/wire cones grouped together.Oak wood and painted metal.

Wirebird floor lamp is a simple wire lamp with wooden details. Each lamp can be easily removed from the frame and placed elsewhere. Materials: painted metal, oak wood, resin details.
photos by Ani Svanidze.

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