A polished chrome-plated, solid brass door lever handle originally designed by Richard Meier in 1998. Featuring a sprung mechanism, the design consists of two interlocking planes which appear to be delicately balancing on the rose of the handle.
Based out of New York, Richard Meier has received some of the highest honors in the field of architecture, including the Pritzker Prize for Architecture, the Gold Medals of the American Institute of Architects and of the Royal Institute of British Architects, as well as the Premium Imperiale from the Japan Art Association. He is best known for the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Jubilee Church in Rome.
Since 1976, numerous illustrious professionals from around the world have contributed to Fusitals success. Each handle that is designed and endorsed is stored in their 'Timeless Heritage', a true treasure chest of international design, and the eternal testimony of Fusitals design culture