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For his first contribution to Roll and Hill’s portfolio of lighting, Seattle-based artist and designer John Hogan devised Coax, a sculptural pendant comprised of cylinders of etched glass suspended by thin aircraft cables from an unobtrusive metal canopy. 

Central to the design is a linear fixture with integrated LED (in 120V or 240V illuminations) to which the glass cylinders seem to be draped over.

Three iterations are offered, varying in length and composition, and the aluminum canopy can be finished in polished brass or polished nickel. 

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