It is sadly rare for makers to get pictures of their lights in situ. Even if they are putting them up themselves, often all they have is a photo taken on someone's phone just after they have finished the installation at three in the morning.
So we are delighted to have these images of Alabama-based Kevin Reilly's Passage lantern being used in a Moscow project, particularly since it is also an example of a light being used indoors that can also be used outdoors.
Here is a product shot of it:
There are four sizes (from H33cm to H84cm) and the standard four Kevin Reilly finishes (steel dark patina, steel ash patina, natural steel), which are lacquered when the light is used outside, plus an black finish intended for outdoors.
There is also a wall version:
As a lantern (albeit an unusually simple, elegant and well-proportioned one), it looks appropriate hanging outside:
or standing on the ground:
But here it is indoors again in Moscow: