A type of lamp which does not hang low from the ceiling is called a semi-flush ceiling light,
Semi-flush is a ceiling light that attaches to the ceiling with a stem or part that creates a gap between the ceiling and the light.
The adjective twisted describes the form of the glass shade
… there are two types of ceiling lights. The one is flush, and the other is semi flush. Flush ceiling lights are lights that are close to ceiling fixtures. In other words, they are close to ceiling lights. In fact, most of them have no gap between the fixture and the ceiling. These ceiling lights are designed to look modern and functional. They offer a consistent and exact level of brightness, whether it is warm or white.
On the other hand, semi-flush ceiling lights or semi-flush mount lights are those that have wider gaps between the fixture and the ceiling. If close to ceiling lights or those that are close to ceiling fixtures emulate the moon or the sun, semi flush lights emulate the classic chandelier. Nevertheless, both types can be made in various designs that can perfectly fit any interior.
The adjective swirl is used to describe how the arms cross each other
Note that the number of light bulbs is described 3/5/6 or 8 light, thus the ceiling lamp posted on the OP's question is a
(modern) 5 lamp semi-flush ceiling light.