Roll and Hill, a new design brand founded by designer Jason Miller in January of 2010, produces contemporary lighting fixtures; though they don't mention working only with American designers, their first collection comes directly out of New York, with pieces from Jason Miller, Lindsey Adelman, Paul Loebach, Rich Brilliant Willing, and Partners & Spade.
Though some of the pieces will be shown at ICFF in the Javits Center, the full collection will be staged (for the first time) at Great Jones Lumber as part of the new NoHo Design District. The show will be open from the 15th through the 18th.
According to Jason Miller, this is "hopefully a sign of the strength of the design industry in the United States." Though it's easy enough to say, we agree—the offsite scene is shaping up to be especially strong this year, with the NoHo Design District joining SoHo and Meatpacking, and US-focused shows like 400 sq. Feet Later: Cite Goes America and Model Citizens NYC. New York represent!
Now, for a preview of some of the work: Pictured top is the Himmeli Chandelier and the by Paul Loebach Agnes Candelabra Chandelier by Lindsay Adelman, and above, the Excel wall sconces by Rich Brilliant Willing. Click through the jump for more.Roll and Hill Launch
Opening: Saturday May 15th, 7-10pm
Hours: May 15-16, 12PM to 7PM; May 17-18, 12 PM to 6 PM
Great Jones Lumber, 45 Great Jones
New York City
Agnes Candelabara by Lindsay Adelman
Himmeli Pendant Lamps by Paul Loebach
Superordinate Antler Lamps by Jason Miller
Modo by Jason Miller
Excel by Rich Brilliant Willing