This handle serves as a testament to how an ordinary and often overlooked object can be transformed into an aesthetic experience.
The Arrieta door handle draws inspiration from some of the most iconic designs of the 20th century, namely the colorful "Wind Toys" created by Spanish artist Cesar Manrique and the Ball clocks designed by George Nelson. The handle is named after the village of Arrieta, where the first of Manrique's dynamic installations was commissioned in 1992.
Crafted from solid brass, the Arrieta door handle is a durable and long-lasting piece. For further details regarding finishes available, please refer to the Joseph Giles webpage.
The collaboration between Anca Rotaru Design Studio and Joseph Giles, one of the premier hardware companies in Britain, made the creation of the ARRIETA handle possible. With Joseph Giles' meticulous attention to detail and focus on quality, the end result is an exquisite product that exudes both style and durability.
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