The H372 is a chrome-plated, solid brass door lever handle designed by one of Israel's leading architects, Eri Goshen. It features a sprung mechanism and the option of two rose thicknesses. Available in two finishes, shown here in Satin Chrome.
Architect Goshen is responsible for numerous major projects, covering almost every aspect of planning and design. Among the better-known buildings is the Hashalon railway station and the Israeli Stock Exchange, both in Tel Aviv. After buying a 13th century estate near Lucca, Tuscany, he is currently working with a few Italian companies developing products designed by him.
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