When architect Farrells designed Chelsea Waterfront, a predominantly residential scheme alongside the old Lots Road Power Station, it was aiming for a very specific feel. The lower-rise elements are intended to have the vibe of town houses, both in terms of internal arrangement and the luxury of the finishes. What then could be more appropriate than pioneering the use of izé’s lever handles with flush roses? The aim of much contemporary architecture is to make surfaces as slick and interrupted as possible, so to have a handle that protrudes directly from the plane of the door is a dream. izé’s design (patent pending) makes this possible by using a hidden adjustment in the sub rose to help installation.