September 15, 2012
From Arlene Hirst's September 12, 2012 New York Times Home section story: "[New York-based designer] Harry Allen deals in twisted household archetypes. For his latest project, Paperwork lanterns for Hive, he has transformed an old barn lantern into a ghostly light fixture. 'It's humble, like a found object,' Mr. Allen said. Cast in papier-mâché and mounted on black or chromed steel, the collection includes a table lamp, floor lamp and chandelier, all designed to hang from hooks attached to an armature. The lights are illuminated with LED bulbs. A single lantern [top] measures 15½ inches high, 9-5/8 inches wide, and 4¾ inches deep, and costs $350."
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