Harry Allen's success as a furniture designer has translated into many other arenas. His achievements include interior design for several retail and restaurant projects both in the US and internationally. He also designed the offices for Metropolis Magazine and the Guggenheim Museum. His designs are decorative but go beyond ornament. Each has an underlying meaning which questions the relationship people have with the everyday objects in their lives. His popular hand hooks are a series based on highly detailed casts of Allen's hands and makes the obvious association between a wall hook and a hand.....very spooky on a white walls! His latest design is a cast from an original skate from the 70s and works like a treat as a doorstop or bookend, now available from www.WhereDidYouBuyThat.com
Back to its roots on sourcing the quirkiest designs one can find, WhereDidYouBuyThat.com is also stocking Harry Allen's piggy bank in gold and hot pink!