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Hardware: Canteen Hook and Knob at MoMA

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Hardware: Canteen Hook and Knob at MoMA

Sarah Lonsdale September 13, 2010

We first admired the Canteen Hook in the award-wining London Canteen Restaurants, designed by Very Good and Proper (a UK design collaborative founded by Andre Klauser, Ed Carpenter, and Patrick Clayton-Malone) featured in our previous post: Hotels, Lodgings & Restaurants: Canteen in London. The heavy-duty hook—featuring a powder-coated backplate that protects the wall from scratches and a large stainless knob that can support more than your average load—is now available at MoMA Store; $40 per hook, available in green or white ($36 for MoMA members). 

N.B The full range of colors is available for $209 for a set of six from Gretel Home.

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