13 August 2013 update: Please note that the Studio have temporarily suspended production of this line!
The easiest way to understand this design from pictures is to look at the Bramah Single Tier (#441) above.
The key component is the reflector/diffuser. David commissioned his own proprietary extruded metal shape, which he then worked on for months, cutting and shaping it to find the form that would become the collection's wing-like shade:
The shade is counterbalanced by a weight. Two are hung at each end of a rod to create the main component of the Bramah Single Tier:
They can move, so as you adjust the angle of the central shaft, like a seesaw, the diffusers and their counterweights keep themselves level. The minimum length is 191cm and the maximum length 241cm.
If one is good, how about three together hanging in a cluster!
Another way to get a similar effect is to specify the Bramah Chandelier (#440) which has three of the tiers on a single central shaft:
If the David Weeks Studio's Bramah Chandelier makes the most of adding elements, there is also the option to go the other way -- to reduce the design to its essence. This is the Bramah Solo pendant light:
It comprises a single one of the 112cm long shade and counterweight combos, hanging from its own chrome-plated rod. Again, one is good, but multiples are also good!
Note that glare is prevented by there being a separate wing below the lamp.
This lovely, timeless design comes in matt black or ivory on the outside. Other colours are available for an upcharge.