Italian architect Francesca Torzo designed this series of handles for the Z33 gallery in Hasselt, Belgium, a space for contemporary art, design and architecture. The building addresses its historic context, while also being supremely modern. It has a relationship with the street and also turns inwards towards a garden. This dichotomy is reflected in the ironmongery where Torzo wanted to do something different, reinterpreting conventional handles in a new form. The handles are supremely elegant, with a twisted form that is comfortable to hold and a slightly indented thumb position. izé worked closely with the architect, to realize exactly the design that she had envisaged. The range was, also exhibited at the Venice Biennale.