The latest ranges from Pittella with Antonio Citterio and Franco Poli show off the finer details of the premium door handle world.
March 25th, 2016
The Pittella range is known to showcase the elegance and beauty available in the world of door handles, and the new releases, designed in collaboration with designers Antonio Citterio and Franco Poli continue this trend.
Antonio Citterio is a famed Italian architect and industrial designer, renowned for his innovative and classic designs. Speaking to the credit and craft of his designs, a number of his products are part of the permanent collections of New York’s MoMA and the Centre Georges-Pompidou in Paris.
The Pittella range includes the H317, designed by Citterio. The timeless, elegant design of the H317 door handle means it’s a clear choice for almost any modern, design-conscious interior environment, likewise the H5015 handle, which has been designed to serve as a unique design statement in any modern room.
The H361 handle has been designed in collaboration between Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen and features a slender, rectangular design, contrasting the H347 Compasso, designed by Franco Poli.
Franco Poli is a Verona-based industrial designer, widely regarded for his refined aesthetic and enduring approach to design. His H374 ‘Compasso’ handle features a revolutionary new design. Rather than the traditional spring in the handle’s interior structure, the design features a magnet mechanism, which ensures a smooth, effortless functionality and installation.
These new items are representative of the typical quality and design aesthetic approach of Pittella’s collections.
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