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  • ZEIT by Mandelli
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 17/03/2018

    The new ZEIT lever, designed by Marco PIVA for Mandelli1953.

    Research on shapes and materials carried out by Marco PIVA is his main focus on this activity.

    To allow new tactile and visual effects to confer to items of daily use.

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  • ASTRID by Mandelli
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 17/03/2018

    In 2013, the MANDELLI1953 Style Centre was requested to represent the "flapping of a wing": so, Astrid was born.

    A light feature, an unmistakable sign, a harmonious line on each door and each window.

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  • LINK by Mandelli
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 17/03/2018

    Created in 2003 by the interior designer Pierfrancesco Arnone.

    A simple, almost essential handle, but original in its outline, in close connection with the building and the person.

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  • TWEE by Mandelli
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 17/03/2018

    A project born from the creative inspiration of designer Massimo Cavana.

    An irregular and different handle takes place from every view.

    In addition to a strong formal character, this handle is an ergonomic handle, in contrast to its angular and multi-faceted image.

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  • Timber by Designer Doorware
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 15/03/2018

    Designer Doorware is launching 2 new timber species to increase the quality of our timber products, offering a timeless appeal and long-lasting result. American White Oak and American Black Walnut will be the new timber.

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  • H5015 Fusital Lever
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 07/03/2018

    The H5015 lever by Fusital and designed by Antonio Citterio brings functionality and style with a single touch.

    Made from ASL 316 Stainless Steel

    Leather handle an option.

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  • Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 19/12/2017

    The year 2017 has been a highlight of the Good the Bad and the Ugly.

    We've listed a few of the significant and unusual events that have impacted us all.

    We started the new year with a deadly attack in Istanbul on New year's day. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. And we witnessed Donald trump taking office as the POTUS (President Of The United States).

    We've witnesed Voyager 1 and 2 complete there mission and depart our solar system. We have seen the future of driving in driverless vehicles and the creation of humanoid robots in the making.

    Door handles remain pretty much the same. New designs, and inovative ideas. Black has been the new, and... lets see what else occured.

     

     

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  • Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 13/12/2017

    In the lands now known as Syria and eastern Turkey ancient metalworkers would melt copper with tin to make bronze way back around 3000BC. By accident or by chance they also made brass. Easy to mistake, tin and zinc ore deposits have similar colour and properties.

    Around 20BC, metalworkers on the Mediterranean Sea were able to distinguish zinc ores from those containing tin and began blending zinc with copper to make brass coins and other items. Archaeology shows in about 300 A.D. the brass metalworking industry was flourishing in the lands of what is now Germany and The Netherlands.

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  • Acoustic Regulations
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 25/10/2017

    Wherever noise influences human activity, effective acoustic sealing is essential. Whether preserving the confidentiality of discussions within a private office or a doctor’s consulting room, or reducing noise from adjacent rooms in hotels, maintaining effective acoustic separation is paramount.

    Section F of the Building Code of Australia (BCA) covers Sound Transmission within buildings and includes a set of construction & performance requirements to ensure occupants do not suffer illness or loss of amenity as a result of unwanted sound transmission.

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  • Home Office
    Category : Door Hardware
    Date : 26/09/2017

    Generally we do not have the will power to ignore everything that is going on around us, especially at home. That is why it is essential to keep your home office away from your house of distractions. Less distraction, the more work is achieved, the less time you need to work.

    Depending on the type of work you do and the amount of space you need it’s either dedicate a room for the office or create the space to contain your office. Adding walls and doors will definitely reduce distractions.

    No matter where you locate your home office, you will need cabientware and door handles that represent profesionalism and style for atmosphere and ethics. 

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  • Ingersoll Rand
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  • Pittella
  • Bellevue Imports
  • TURNSTYLE
  • MANDELLI