Brooklyn-based lighting brand Roll & Hill have launched a new series of pendant lights called Silk Road by American designer Jonah Takagi. Layers of steel, glass and fabric are cleverly layered to create a sculptural pendant lamp.
Archetypal lighting forms, materials and textures are assembled in an emotional luminaire.
The lamp is made of a spun-metal shade that sits atop a large piece of hand-blown glass, which surrounds a tapered wire cage and a traditional pleated lampshade.
The design is available in three different color combinations; specifiers can choose from a brushed copper shade with moss-colored glass and cream pleated fabric, a brushed brass shade with tobacco-colored glass and cream pleated fabric, or an army green-colored metal shade with smoked glass and a blackened steel wire cage.
For more information contact Roll and Hill email@example.com, +1 718 387 6132
About the manufacturer: Founded in January 2010 by American designer Jason Miller, Roll and Hill is a New York City–based manufacturer of high end contemporary lighting. The brand produces original lighting products by American and international designers for residential and commercial interiors. Roll & Hill products aim to make products that are unique, responsible, innovative and add beauty to whatever space they occupy.
About the designer: Born in Tokyo and raised in New England, Jonah Takagi received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. For several years, Jonah designed furniture that he built in a friend’s studio while playing bass guitar, touring and recording with several indie rock bands. Needing to develop and showcase a growing body of work that was filling his house but few had seen, Jonah founded Atelier Takagi in 2005.