Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Roll & Hill Lighting

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I was lucky enough to be invited by my local lighting supplier Lightform to see their launch of a fairly new and exciting New York lighting manufacturer, Roll & Hill. What makes Roll & Hill unique is that they are North American, and true to their craftsmanship and collaborations with designers. The founder, Jason Miller, was on hand to talk through a presentation of their different products, and even had 2 of the independent designers present to explain their inspirations and design intent behind each piece, which was very interesting to hear. These pieces are not mass produced and stocked in large quantities on the shelves. They are made to order and can be customized to suit your project.


Here are a few of my favorites from their collection:


The “Agnes”, one of my favorites, designed by Lindsey Adams Adelman. Different sizes, finishes, and I love that the light tubes are completely adjustable.


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"Endless”, designed by Jason Miller, is interesting in that it can be put together in any configuration and size, and can also wrap down onto the wall as a sconce application if desired:lightform roll hill contemporary lighting vancouver


The “Exel” Floor lamp, designed by Rich Willing, is a nice large scale piece, with natural wood, metal, fabric, and acrylic:lightform roll hill contemporary lighting vancouver


The “Naughty Bubbles” pendant, designed by Lindsey Adams Adelman, plays off nautical themes and is made from unique blown glass bubbles, rope, and nautical hardware:lightform roll hill contemporary lighting vancouver


The “Modo” chandelier, designed by James Miller, also comes in a variety of sizes, finishes, and configurations. You can see the influence from the 70’s in the design, but it looks really contemporary as well:lightform roll hill contemporary lighting vancouver


The “Superordinate Antler Lamp” chandelier that started it all, designed by James Miller, is an updated take on the classic antler chandelier:lightform roll hill contemporary lighting vancouver


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1 comment:

Architectural Millwork said...

Speechless.. Those lights are fabulous! You're really lucky to have been invited in that event.