leather-covered lever handle/Juhani Pallasmaa
This lever handle, with its leather cover, is one of a series that leading Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa designed for the Venice Biennale in 1991. He was particularly influenced to use leather by the fact that Alvar Aalto had done so. The handle shows his interest in the tactile properties of architecture, and his belief that handles represent ‘the handshake’ of a building. Never before put into production, these handles are now available to order by izé customers.Pallasmaa’s prototypes are all in bronze, but the handles are now available in the full range of izé materials.
- Length : 110 mm
- Width : 33 mm
- Projection : 50 mm
- Rose diameter : 45 mm
- Finish : Available in all izé finishes