by Gregory Gatserelia
Top interior designer of Georgian origins, educated in France and his beloved Lebanon, we are proudly present our latest collaboration results with Gregory Gatserelia. His creative mind was playing with one block-shape unfolding into various sections resulting the lever handle design we developed with him.
The grip of the handle can be the same material ad finish or spiced up with various inlays like string-ray leather, wood, stone, marble or different finish/surface treated metal depending on the depth of design concept on the doors they would paired up with. Various finish and inlay-choices are to be made on demand.
Gregory Gatserelia is an internationally renowned designer with an appropriately international background. Born in Georgia, he was raised and educated in France before moving to Lebanon where he took a degree in interior architecture at Académie Libanaise des Beaux- Arts. In 1987, with his brother Alexander, he founded the design company Gatserelia Design International, based in Toronto.
However, in 1996, with the end of the civil war in Lebanon, he moved the company to Beirut, from where he won work all over the world. Gatserelia has previously designed objects, including handles, for individual clients. This range represents the first opportunity for other architects and clients to incorporate ironmongery using his magic within their own designs.