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Roll & Hill Unveils Its Latest Collections for 2017

New York based lighting manufacturer Roll & Hill recently unveiled a handful of new collections to add to their ever-growing roster of modern lights. This time around they’ve continued to work with Ladies & Gentlemen and Visibility, along with a new collaboration between Ladies & Gentlemen and Vera & Kyte. On top of the continuing relationships, they rolled out a new collection from John Hogan to add to the mix. Take a look.

04.26.17 | By
Roll & Hill Unveils Its Latest Collections for 2017
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The Kazimir Long Pendant is the latest piece from Ladies & Gentleman, joining the rest of the Kazimir collection, which was inspired by Kazimir Malevich, an early 20th century Russian modernist. Using textured and colored glass, along with matte brass or matte nickel, the fixture becomes a geometric sculpture based on one of Malevich’s monochromatic paintings.

Kazimir Long Pendant in Matte Brass

Kazimir Long Pendant in Matte Brass

Kazimir Long Pendant in Matte Nickel

Kazimir Long Pendant in Matte Nickel

Kazimir Long Pendant in Matte Nickel

Kazimir Long Pendant in Matte Nickel

Krane

Ladies & Gentlemen joined forces with Vera & Kyte on a trio of versatile fixtures named Krane. Available in a large or small ceiling mount version, along with a wall mount version, Krane takes inspiration from a crane’s functionality and pivoting movement. A counterweight balances the simple shade, which raises and lowers via the cord within the arch.

Krane

Krane

Krane

Coax

Designed by John Hogan, the Coax series merges metal, glass, and light resulting in cylindrical fixtures that appear suspended in air.

Coax

Coax

Coax

Esper

The Esper collection from Visibility expands to include a new table tamp, which modernizes the ever-present lanterns hanging outside of restaurants in Japan.

Esper

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.