In the design of this L-shaped crutch: Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez. The result: a sober door handle in which every detail has been carefully thought out… The FSB 1285 model opens the doors to a new architecture for public buildings…

Sober elegance meets a slender silhouette: nothing can better define this model which, thanks to its timelessness, can be integrated into all contexts. Through their ingenuity, its creators have succeeded in giving it a coherent shape and design which even manage to dress fire doors and frame doors while enhancing them aesthetically. 

From the circular neck of the object emanates a handle which flattens lengthwise to end in the shape of a point at its end. 

In its matt sandblasted black anodized aluminum version, the L-shaped crutch irremediably attracts the eye with its elegance. 

A creation that reinvents the classic by giving it an extra soul that makes the subtle difference.

Coat hooks, numbers and number holders, furniture knobs, and even a peephole, the 1285 range comes with a series of accessories just as refined as the handle to enhance the closures. A real added value for a hotel development project ... 

A new signature for Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez, and a new example of their creativity widely recognized in the world of interior design. 

About FSB: 
Specialist in high-end door handles, FSB can boast 140 years of existence. An exceptional longevity which can be explained by the keen sense of the requirements imposed by the company for the construction of modern buildings for public use. All over the world, FSB is synonymous with door and window trim systems, aesthetic and functional, and constantly produced with a concern for perfection ...

Editor's choice:
The L-shaped handle designed by FSB won the Muuuz International Award 2021 in the “Interior equipment / Door handle” category for its elegance and design. The editorial staff were won over by the functional aesthetics of the object.




To learn more, visit the FSB website.



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