Jason Miller is a Brooklyn-based designer and the founder of Roll & Hill. Born in New York and raised in Darien, Connecticut, Jason’s suburban upbringing heavily influenced his early, more conceptual pieces — duct-taped chairs and cracked vases, among them — and continues to inform the elegant, historically rich work that has become his signature. Jason received an MFA in painting and spent time in both the art and advertising worlds, but soon realized he preferred making things to documenting them. His designs — like a mirror whose photographic surface recalls a painted landscape — still often reflect those early preoccupations, but each is a functional object, with a kind of beauty and wit. Today, Jason runs both Jason Miller Studio and Roll & Hill from his headquarters in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. He lives nearby with his daughter, Tuesday.
Canadian-born Philippe Malouin began his studio in 2009 after several years working for English designer Tom Dixon. His diverse portfolio includes tables, rugs, chairs, lights, art objects and installations. Recently, Philippe won the W Hotels ‘Designer of the Future’ Award and the Wallpaper* ‘Best Use of Material’ Award. Philippe teaches at the Royal College of Arts and is the director of architectural and interior design practice POST-OFFICE. Philippe lives and works in London.
In the 1950s, Finn Juhl opened the doors to a Danish furniture export adventure, in particular, to the United States and is therefore rightfully called the father of the concept of Danish Design. With the renovation of the Finn Juhl chamber in the UN’s headquarters in New York, the Danish State chose to fire the starting pistol for a contest among Danish designers. Onecollection is responsible for both the re-launch of the original old Finn Juhl furniture and for the manufacture of the winning proposal designed by Kasper Salto & Thomas Sigsgaard. Finn Juhl is clearing the way for new Danish architects. Roll & Hill is the only purveyor of Finn Juhl in New York.
The history of Golran is first and foremost the story of a family from Mashad, a Persian city, that now stands near the border between Iran and Russia. This is where the adventure began for Hajizadeh Golran when, in 1898, he formed the company that, today, specializes in premium quality antique and contemporary oriental carpets. It is a story of true passion for the art of Persian carpets, which has endured across the eras and distant countries. A family united by shared goals and values has ensured the survival of this tradition to the present day, underpinned and guided by these same principles. From the ancient bazaars to the most modern European markets, from Mashad to Milan (where the company moved to in 1968) and across three generations, today Golran’s descendants still run the company with the same skill, reliability and passion. Focusing primarily on quality has become one of the company's key strengths, enabling it to expand into many countries and become a well-established business and one of the most qualified in the sector.
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