harry thaler: twist and lock
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apr 16, 2010
harry thaler: twist and lock

‘twist & lock’
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‘twist & lock’ by harry thaler is a system that allows the user to lock special crates together
in order to create different combinations according to the desired needs. users can apply
the system in different ways, for instance, as a book or wine shelf.

‘twist and lock’ is currently part of the hotel RCA exhibition, hosted by royal college of art
which presents the work of students and recent graduates of the MA course. the exhibition
is taking place at venture lambrate for milan design week 2010.

‘twist & lock’ allows the configuration of shelving units of various sizes
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‘twist & lock’
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a simple locking system that can be inserted into slits of crates to
group the storage units together

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