Caine Heintzman interviews Roll & Hill's Jason Miller for 01 magazine and gets an insight into the designer's inspirations, accompanied by some seductive process shots inside their Brooklyn workshop/studio just before they moved to larger digs. The Brooklyn-based lighting group Roll & Hill has established a name for itself built on its commitment to design, local fabrication and assembly, and the group's ongoing collaborations with over 100 makers across the US. Along with Jason Miller, designers including Jonah Takagi and Lindsey Adelman produce a range of robust yet finely detailed lights that shift in scale and material and wear a strong connection to the traditions of American industrial craftsmanship. Highlights in the collection include the blown glass Modo and Excel chandeliers, the Bluff City wire-frame pendant that offers a colourful take on an industrial lamp; and the sculptural Antler collection, each chandelier constructed of handmade ceramic antlers by a 60-year old couple in South Dakota...

Meet Roll & Hill Founder Jason Miller and take a look inside their workshop/studio with 01 magazine here.

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