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  1. Barrel Stitch Out
    Design Turnstyle
    Design Turnstyle
    Leather handle As a design company, Turnstyle is constantly experimenting with new ideas, designs and materials. Only the best get through. They produce detail, and the attention to detail follows through in every aspect of their business from quality control in production to servicing the customers needs.
  2. FSB 0839
    Design Philippe Starck
    Design Philippe Starck
  3. FSB 0844
    Design Jasper Morrison
    Design Jasper Morrison
  4. FSB 1005
    Design Johannes Potente
    Design Johannes Potente
    There are a lot of wedge-shaped door handles. Almost every manufacturer offers its own version of this basic shape. The original design for this door handle was most probably produced by Professor Max Burchartz. The FSB 1005 version by Johannes Potente is characterised by its slender proportions.
  5. FSB 1020
    Design Johannes Potente
    Design Johannes Potente
    The FSB 1020 model is the clearest embodiment of the ”good form” of the 1950s. This is a lever handle that flourishes by dint of the organic flow of its moulded-to-the-hand design and because it somehow looks symmetrical without actually being so. Johannes Potente´s intention with this design was to provide a dynamic counterpoint to the linearity of doors. Were added to the permanent collection at the MOMA in New York in the summer of 1998.
  6. FSB 1025
    Design Hartmut Weise
    Design Hartmut Weise
    The design parameters of the FSB 1025 are plain to see. A straight grip is joined to the pivotal point on the shank, and the handle has a droplet-shaped cross section. With its no-frills appearance, this is a design that offers up its services humbly. The FSB 1025 is brought to life by its clear, stark contours.
  7. FSB 1057
    Design Jan Roth
    Design Jan Roth
    Lever handle model FSB 1057 is the work of Munich-based designer Jan Roth. Singularly unimpressed by the models then on sale, he decided to design a handle of his own for his doors. After the first casting, he took the polished unfinished parts home with him and duly fitted them to the doors there (which is where they can still be found) The FSB 1057 model nestles snugly in the hand and is a handle that women in particular often tend to fall for on the spot.
  8. FSB 1058
    Design Johannes Potente
    Design Johannes Potente
    FSB 1058 was Johannes Potente´s favorite model. It is not known why, a mere two years after designing FSB 1051, his supreme creation, he followed up with this redesign. FSB 1058 conspicuously does away with the triangular styling over the pivotal axis. The upshot is an elegant design with a beauty to take hold of. FSB 1058 is one of four models designed by Johannes Potente that, in the summer of 1998, were added to the permanent collection at the MOMA in New York.
  9. FSB 1106
    Design Christoph Mäckler
    Design Christoph Mäckler
    Materials have always been at the centre of Frankfurt architect Professor Christoph Mäckler's interest. It was therefore only natural that the new FSB material "AluGrau" should be used for his door handle range. A revision of the door handle in terms of shape and size simultaneously fulfilled the technical requirements for its use as a commercial fitting with the FSB AGL compensation bearing and the fire safety version. And thus the 1106 door handle was born.
  10. FSB 1111
    Design Philippe Starck
    Design Philippe Starck
  11. FSB 1126
    Design Miguel Mila
    Design Miguel Mila
    Miguel Milà's idea of making a door handle from a flat stainless-steel strip reminded us of familiar shapes from Wagenfeld and his followers. But our research revealed that, with his curved grip, the Spaniard Milà had created a hitherto unknown impression.
  12. FSB 1144
    Design Jasper Morrison
    Design Jasper Morrison
    The form of lever handle FSB 1144 is graced by being just as pleasing to the eye as to the hand. Designer Jasper Morrison lets our eyes know that this door handle is a hand tool for operating doors. Said eyes promptly relax and a hand takes over: the thumb falls into place, the forefinger finds its furrow; the hand makes the grip and finds plenty to grip hold of.
  13. Tube Stitch Out
    Design Turnstyle
    Design Turnstyle
    Leather handle As a design company, Turnstyle is constantly experimenting with new ideas, designs and materials. Only the best get through. They produce detail, and the attention to detail follows through in every aspect of their business from quality control in production to servicing the customers needs.
  14. Woven leather barrel
    Design Turnstyle
    Design Turnstyle
    Leather handle As a design company, Turnstyle is constantly experimenting with new ideas, designs and materials. Only the best get through. They produce detail, and the attention to detail follows through in every aspect of their business from quality control in production to servicing the customers needs.