Just like an abstract art, this lighting looks weird and has no meaning for us. It was designed by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio and looks like composed of random things, hand-blown glass shades by John Hogan. These shades connected by cords and hubs, resulting a modular lighting system that can be adjusted as you want. More description by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio:

SHAPE UP is a versatile lighting series in celebration of geometric shapes, and materials. These playful collages upend traditional notions of symmetry in favor of a dynamic spatial harmony. The collection’s abstracted lampshade forms are networked via connecting cords and hubs. The resulting modular system allows the shapes to be suspended and composed indefinitely in response to a space’s architecture and function. As if connecting the dots, the cord network graphically expresses the light sources’ formal and electrical connection to each other.

Versatile pendant lighting in a choice of four primary shade shapes: Metal cone, glass sphere, cylinder, and arc. When combined with L&G’s adjustable height option, the lamps can be adjusted in height at any time via the solid brass counterweight and pulley hardware.

Photos by Charlie Schuck

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