jason miller: endless lighting system at ICFF 2011
jason miller: endless lighting system at ICFF 2011 jason miller: endless lighting system at ICFF 2011
may 19, 2011

jason miller: endless lighting system at ICFF 2011

‘endless’ modular lighting system by jason miller

roll & hill creative director jason miller presents ‘endless’ – a modular lighting system that is comprised of half-cylinder units. used either as a wall or hanging light, the individual components can be joined back-to-back or end-to-end into numerous configurations that can also be used to define space.

up close of the lighting module

launched in 2010, the american contemporary lighting manufacturer, roll & hill presented its 2011 collection at the ICFF (international contemporary furniture fair) in new york. the full collection (2010 and 2011) also include works by jonah takagi, lindsey adelman, jonas damon, paul loebach and design trio rich brilliant willing.

the half-cylinder sections can be joined back to back or end to end


‘endless’ on show at ICFF 2011 image © designboom

jason miller portrait © designboom

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