Endless Modular Lighting System by Jason Miller
by Harry / May 23, 2011

At ICFF 2011 lighting brand Roll & Hill presented Endless, a modular lighting system designed by Jason Miller and comprised of half-cylinder units that can be joined back-to-back or end-to-end into various configurations.

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Endless by Jason Miller

Endless can be configured as a wall light, a hanging light or both whereas large installations can be used to define space. Endless was just one of several new Roll & Hill lights on display at ICFF including; Trestle by Jonas Damon, a desk lamp that resembles a traditional wooden sawhorse.


Trestle by Jonas Damon

Trestle is illuminated with an array of LEDs on the cross bar. The cross bar can swivel nearly 360-degrees, allowing it to be used as a task lamp, table lamp or even a wall lamp.


Bluff City by Jonah Takagi

Bluff City is a pendant lamp by Jonah Takagi inspired by emergency lights and merges a cage and solid metal shade.

+ rollandhill.com


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