Ia kutateladze for New Light

by Ia Kutateladze
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DESIGN_Georgian designer Ia Kutateladze designed lighting collection for Georgian lighting shop New Light. The collaboration between the designer Ia Kutateladze and the comapany New Light, will help the development process of product design field in Georgia. It is the first time, when the Georgian designer, manufacturing the products in Georgia, collaborates with a product store in Tbilisi.The lighting pieces are presented at the main showroom of the store, and will be widely available to the Georgian customers.

The Lighting collection includes Ballon1, Ballon2, Ballon3 pendants. The materials are oak wood and plastic. The plastic shade is stringed on the oak sphere, it is completely removable and rotatable. The light could be directed with the rotation of the shade.

Wirebird chandelier and floor lamp, is a simple lighting family. Wirebird chandelier has one large, four smaller shades, that are made of painted metal strings and oak wood. The wirebird floor lamp is a flexible lamp, with removable shades, which could be removed from the metal structure and placed anywhere.

The Lightsha family includes a chandelier, pendant and a floor lamp. It is a result of the experimentation between shadow and light, white and black, simple surfaces and distinct lines.

The Seethrough lighting family includes two pendants and a floor lamp. The shapes are simple,with an extruded volume. Made of oak and glass.


    • Ia Kutateladze

      Ia Kutateladze


      Tbilisi / Georgia

      I was born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1987. I spent three years in Florence, at Accademia Italiana studying interior and product design, where I first uncovered this phantasmagoric field. I don’t remember exactly where and how I got the sudden urge to start designing, but one thing is for certain- design became more than a profession for me, it became inseparable piece of who I am, and what I want to do for the rest of my life. To me, design is a palette of boundless imagination, intuitive approach,)