Ergonomics appear to be left out of the design of many doorknobs, so these Studio Namic Door Handles are certainly not a regression in terms of domestic hardware. In fact, their abstract sculptural forms provide more dynamic surfaces for a more effective grasp, as well as encouraging a more conscious interaction with such typically neglected objects.
David Goncalves and Andreia Mesquita have put together this intriguing collection of three different contemporary handgrips. The cross-shaped one is called Cruz, the short multifaceted one is the Ang and the sleek and slender one is labeled the 50's. Made in brushed steel, each model exhibits a sharp industrial quality and would be suited to the most cutting-edge of interior decor. Their streamlined but geometrically elaborate sculpting would make them alluring accents within minimalist spaces.
Studio Namic Door Handles Open Up to Abstract Industrial Interior Style
1. Ergonomic Doorknobs - Creating doorknobs with abstract sculptural forms that provide more dynamic surfaces for a more effective grasp.
2. Conscious Interaction Design - Encouraging a more conscious interaction with typically neglected objects like doorknobs through innovative and thoughtfully designed forms.
3. Industrial-inspired Hardware - Bringing sharp industrial quality to doorknob design, making them suitable for cutting-edge interior decor.
1. Interior Design - Opportunity for interior designers to incorporate sleek and sculptural doorknobs as alluring accents in minimalist spaces.
2. Home Hardware Manufacturing - Scope for manufacturing companies to create doorknobs with ergonomic designs and brushed steel materials.
3. Architectural Hardware Retail - Potential for retailers to offer unique and industrial-inspired doorknobs that cater to the demand for cutting-edge interior decor.