SCP’s long-time collaborator Roll & Hill present new lighting designs and finishes for the season. Including new collections now available in the UK: Pole by Philippe Malouin, Geode by Jason Miller, Arbor by Karl Zahn, Coax by John Hogan and Apollo and Nova by McKenzie & Keim.
Founded in 2010 by lighting designer Jason Miller, Roll & Hill is a contemporary, high-end lighting manufacturer based in Brooklyn, New York. They are committed to on-demand production, which allows for each piece to be customised to a client’s needs. They produce beautiful and idiosyncratic modern lighting by a roster of American and international designers.
Visit our exhibition until Sunday 22 September at SCP Pimlico Road.
SCP Pimlico Road
57 Pimlico Road
London SW1W 8NE
Mon – Sat, 10am – 6pm
Rigid yet flexible, Pole’s aluminum construction and modular design allows it to create giant curves. Pole illuminates a broad range of space in multiple configurations along walls, floors, and ceilings
Geode is made of three layers of solid, hand-blown glass, and carefully ground to a hemisphere. The process exposes a smooth, pale center and a bold halo beneath the colored exterior.
Arbor explores linear forms interpreted in 3-dimensional space. Featured in an ebonized oak veneer, these pendants appear full and overshadowing at first, but quickly reveal themselves as warm and weightless contours in space.
Coax is a coalescence of metal, glass, and light. The materials hang serenely, appearing weightless against each other. Cylindrical echoes of transparent glass surround a tube of light suspended in the air.
McKenzie & Keim
This award-winning design is all about the details. Brass and hand-blown glass seamlessly blend into the matte-finish armature. The Apollo collection features a balanced, double-stemmed luminary, housing LEDs in opal glass shades to cast a brilliant yet soft light.
McKenzie & Keim
The Nova Chandelier is a centerpiece fixture with an elegant and energetic composition. This contemporary chandelier branches out from a central point in a pure, geometric manner. It features hand-blown opal glass shades that house powerful, dimmable LEDs.