Don't forget our world first! Courtesy of Architonic, you can still see on the dedicated apps and the Virtual Showroom on the lightjunction web site details of everything that you saw -- or missed -- at lightjunction and designjunction this year.
The wooden part, which contains LEDs, is oak, which can be left natural...
...or stained black:
The cable can be white, yellow, red, grey or black.
The glass hangs from the wood, held in place by friction: the wood is wider at the bottom -- you feed the wood through the glass to put the light together. There are five shapes of glass...
and a larger one:
...and five colours/finishes: opal, smoke grey, smoke brown, triplex opal black and transparent black.
At lightjunction, Brokis had a striking display of Shdaows in black oak with opal black glass:
BTW, the transparent black does let some light out, like this:
The Shadows can be purchased and hung individually or in an arrangement of your own devising:
or there is a round ceiling plate that takes a set of each of the five (see the second image from the top of this post), and a rectangular ceiling plate that takes two sets -- i.e. ten Shadows (see the third image from the top).
This is going to be a hugely useful light. It is based on a useful design anyway, but with the fine materials (oak, glass), excellently detailed design (as we expect now from Lucie and Dan), and the variety of colours and finishes, it is going to be suitable for a wide variety of environments.