If you’re looking for a new approach to lighting your home in an eco-friendly way, perhaps this piece by designer Jason Miller for Roll & Hill Designers will do the job. Dubbed “Endless”, this LED lighting system is made of half-cylinder pieces that connect end to end to create various lengths and shapes. They can also be mounted to a wall or hung as independent light fixtures, depending on your needs. Sleek and simple enough for an office, but unique enough to place in a hip cafe, the the dark accents gives Endless a versatile, modern twist.
Named Brooklyn Museum‘s 2011 Designer of the Year, Jason Miller is also known for his Superordinate Antler Chandelier which he describes as “nature made better.” The ceramic chandelier shaped like deer antlers is not only responsible and innovative, but also rustic and versatile. Miller believes these qualities to be paramount in all his work, and they can clearly be seen in Endless.
Jason Miller works from his design studio in Brooklyn.