New Collections Available from Roll & Hill

Roll and Hill logoOver the next several months, Roll & Hill will be releasing new pendant, table lamp and chandelier designs from Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, Bec Brittain, Karl Zahn and Jason Miller.

Kazimir Pendant by Ladies and Gentlemen Studio for Roll and Hill
Designed by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio
The Kazimir series is inspired by the early twentieth-century Russian modernist Kazimir Malevich, whose flat monochromatic canvases, colorful geometric compositions, and textured collages challenged existing notions of painting. Here, his ideas are transformed into three dimensions with pieces of textured and dichroic glass arranged in layers. 

Bec Brittain Seed Pendant for Roll and Hill

Designed by Bec Brittain
A seed crystal is a tiny crystal used to grow larger crystals; they are order emerging from chaos. Seed is also the name of a series of lamps by Bec Brittain. An armature of round mitered tube defines a chaotic void, yet order is imminent as seeds appear.

Atlas 01 by Karl Zahn for Roll and Hill

Designed by Karl Zahn

Named for the Titan doomed to shoulder the world, Atlas combines an illuminated glass globe with an intersecting metal armature, drawing on Karl Zahn’s elegant use of geometry and metaphor in design.

Bauer 02 by Jason Miller for Roll and Hill

Designed by Jason Miller
Jason Miller’s Bauer is a pendant fixture made of stacked, concentric clusters of handblown tubular glass. The glass fades from dark to light, recalling the tonalities of earth-to-sky views, producing an ethereal, atmospheric effect.

Bounce Table Lamp by Karl Zahn for Roll and Hill

Designed by Karl Zahn
A compact spinoff on the original series, Karl Zahn’s Bounce table lamp combines a folded aluminum shade and an independently-positioned light source. One side of the shade is white to reflect illumination while the other has a decorative wood veneer finish.

Castle 12-01 by Jason Miller for Roll and Hill

CASTLE 12-01
Designed by Jason Miller
While the shape of these pieces occasionally resemble the turrets of a castle, the name actually comes from the game of chess. The rook can jump any distance, yet it is restricted to moving orthogonally. Likewise, the glass in Castle extends to different lengths, but is always horizontal or vertical.

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