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Item No. 100190326

Modo Sconce

Price reduced from C$ 1,520.00 to C$ 1,292.00 15% off
4.5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100190326

Modo Sconce

Price reduced from C$ 1,520.00 to C$ 1,292.00 15% off
Black / Smoke
Black / Opal
Bronze / Clear
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  • 17¾" H 6⅜" W 9⅞" D
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Designed by Jason Miller for Roll & Hill
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Modo Sconce
Price reduced from C$ 1,520.00 to C$ 1,292.00 15% off
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Details

For his simple and innovative lighting, Jason Miller draws on everyday aspects of American culture, transforming them into something surprising and beautiful. For his Modo Sconce (2009), Miller was inspired by off-the-shelf industrial parts like those found on Canal Street, not far from his Brooklyn studio. “We have re-engineered inexpensive parts that are made by the thousands in China or India,” says Miller about the piece’s manufacturing. “Modo’s parts are made by high-end machine shops here in America that typically work for the airline industry. While the inspiration is a bit banal, it is now a very sophisticated product.” The sconce’s components are painstakingly engineered and custom CNC-milled from solid aluminum. Bulb (included): LED half-silver globe 3–6W/G25/E26. UL and CUL Listed.

The Modo Collection features hand-blown glass globes with slight variances in shape and color, which make each piece unique.
Brand
Roll & Hill
General Dimensions
  • 17¾" H 6⅜" W 9⅞" D
Product Weight
4.5 lbs
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Modo Sconce

  • Height (in): 17¾
  • Width (in): 6⅜
  • Depth (in): 9⅞
  • Weight (lbs): 4.5
  • Machined aluminum body with powder-coated finish
  • Clear, opal, or smoked glass globe
Jason Miller

Jason Miller

Jason Miller opened his Brooklyn-based design studio, Roll & Hill, in 2010 to satisfy his desire “to make products that appeal to the American market.” Nestled somewhere between mass production and custom design, Roll & Hill creates lighting fixtures that assume a classic form and style while appealing to a contemporary American sensibility.

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