12 1242

  British architect John Pawson deftly varies the design vocabulary of a well-known modernist handle – the “Reich Form” handle by Hans Poelzig – and breathes new life into it…
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12 1147

The FSB logo echoes a door handle designed by the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein in the mid-1920s in Vienna. This is the original upon which all similar door handle shapes…
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12 1004

David Chipperfield’s design for the FSB 1004 bears the hallmark of the pioneers of modernism. It is based on a clear formal concept which meets all of the functional requirements…
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1241

RDAI of Paris designed FSB 1241 as a constituent part of the corporate architecture for Hermès Shops worldwide. Its neck is of a square cross-section half of which passes over…
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1226

Werner Aisslinger’s characteristically sculptural handle gives the impression of motion away from the body and into the space around. It emerged out of contemplation upon the opposing sequences of operations…
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12 1163

Berlin-based architect Hans Kollhoff devised a handle design for his projects that consciously accommodates design elements from the 1930s. His plain door handles, window handles and window fasteners were immediately…
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12 1246

Pared-down design coupled with gleaming ergonomic credentials: FSB 1246 by GRAFT incorporates style parameters of a wholly new kind. Its narrow radii and generously dimensioned arch-overs create points of sculptural…
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12 1244

True to the adage that simple is (generally) right, gmp have designed a door lever handle with particularly pared-down credentials. Their FSB 1244 door handle model incorporates the simplest of…
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