Jason Miller Studio is a design studio based in Brooklyn, NY. Their light collection is simply beautiful.
Above – Odds & Ends – a series of wall lights offered in three basic shapes: Teardrop, Rainbow and Aquafresh —so named because it resembles a dab of toothpaste. The series, which is illuminated by LEDs, can be installed in multiples to create large installations of varying designs.
Fiddlehead – a series of lamps, which derives its name from sprouting ferns. One end of Fiddlehead’s long, furling arm gently balances a hand-blown glass globe; the other uses the wall or ceiling as a counterbalance.
Endless – a modular LED lighting system made of half-cylinder sections that can be joined back to back, or end to end. Endless can be used on the wall or suspended from the ceiling—or both. The limitless configurations of the light can also be used to define space, a key feature of 1970s Supergraphics, by which this design is inspired.
Mini-Endless – a system of lights based on a tubular structure that can go on forever. Luminescent acrylic tubes are supported by brass and nickel hardware. Wood and powder coated steel sections conceal all the electronics. Mini-Endless can be hung in a variety of ways—end-to-end, side-to-side, or overlapped with the aid of custom-made hardware. The possibilities are endless.
Modo – inspired by off-the-shelf parts like those found at inexpensive lighting stores. The spoke-and-hub system allows Modo to be configured in dozens of different ways. But unlike the off-theshelf parts, Modo parts are painstakingly engineered and custom CNC-milled from solid aluminum to create a luxurious chandelier.
Photos © Jason Miller Studio (Joseph De Leo and Jeffrey Schad)