References

Overview


Private House | Beverly Hills

Living space

818 m²

Floors

Three-storey floor plan

Guest house with loft, 2 bathrooms and own entrance

Situated on Hazen Drive in Beverly Hills, California, this luxurious yet minimalist property is situated at a clear elevation. It offers a breathtaking view and nestles harmoniously into the rugged hillside landscape. Numerous trees surround the clearly designed architecture.

The house is spread over three levels and has a size of 8,802 square metres. It offers an open-plan interior of spectacular expanse that seems almost limitless and corresponds seamlessly with the expansive outdoor balconies, terraces and pool area. Light stone and metal tones provide coolness. Wall claddings of natural stone and wood, as well as hardwood floors of white oak, give the interior a homely, refined feel of ascetic beauty.

A total of six bedrooms, ten bathrooms, a family room, a kitchen, a pool lounge, a comfortable lift, and also a separate guest house are part of the amenities. The house also has an outdoor entertainment area and a sophisticated smart home system. An infinity pool, baja terrace and infinity spa offer unparalleled views across the distant city to the ocean horizon. All design details have been carefully coordinated. Door handles R8 One by Griffwerk with their sculptural simplicity set matt black accents. Privacy can be created in numerous rooms via smart2lock, whether in the bathrooms, the massage room or the spa.

Special features

Gaggenau appliances

Infinity Pool with Infinity Edge Spa

Bod'or Cube series interior doors

R8 One door handles with smart2lock by Griffwerk

Allure Slim Line sliding door and window system

Axor Hansgrohe and Duravit sanitary fittings

Lutron shades

Clear design

Handles from the "One by Griffwerk" design line speak a clear, geometric design language and yet offer a pleasant gripping experience. The front surface runs parallel to the door leaf and gives the handles visual calm. The softly rounded back in combination with the "soft2touch by Griffwerk" surface finish ensures a pleasant feel. The locking slide within thumb's reach offers operating convenience.

Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set DESM R8 ONE in the version smart2lock - graphite black - screw-on technique
The image shows the Door handle pair R8 ONE in the version with roseless unlockable graphite black

Concrete Oasis Lichtenberg

A youth club and a family centre found a new location in the middle of high prefabricated concrete slab buildings. It is an elongated, quiet low-rise building with raw concrete outer walls and windows arranged in rows. Everything seems to emphasise the horizontal extension. The building takes its place. It asserts itself in the midst of narrowness, urban density and the highly dynamic environment, in which difficult living situations hardly provide any support. The building appears anchored and immovable. Canopies create a transition from inside to outside.

The reveals of the side windows are bevelled on two sides. This gives the cubic building an aesthetic full of character. The slanted reveal also improves the incidence of light. This makes sense, as the massive outer walls of the building are 50 cm thick. They were constructed using lightweight infralight concrete, a self-insulating material developed by civil engineers at Mike Schlaich's Department of Design and Construction at TU Berlin. The high air content makes for a porous aggregate and provides good thermal insulation. The material demands design reduction. The walls are solid.

Interior walls and fittings, on the other hand, were kept in transparent glass and natural wood. These materials contrast with the monolithic-looking building with its stable façade. Dark floors and light ceilings widen the impression of space. Additional skylights and numerous luminaires provide optimal lighting. For the doors, the LUCIA door handle in the simple Frankfurt form was chosen.

"The possibility of building a house with a single-skin exposed concrete wall has fascinated us for a long time. With infra-lightweight concrete we can make a contribution to sustainability and climate protection in many ways."
Bernhard Popp

 

Project

Concrete Oasis Lichtenberg

Location

Berlin Lichtenberg

Architecture

Gruber + Popp Architekten BDA
Doris Gruber, Bernhard Popp

Building owner

Lichtenberg District Office, Education, Culture, Social Affairs and Sport,
Youth and Health Department

Photography

Alexander Blumhoff

Used fittings

Lucia

Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set LUCIA PROF in the version mortice lock - brushed steel - screw on technique
Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set LUCIA PIATTA S in the version mortice lock - brushed steel - flat rose

The classic among door handle shapes

The absolute classic among door handle shapes, LUCIA, can be assigned to the Bauhaus style. The outstanding design is not based on playful details, but, as usual in the Bauhaus style, on the simplification of a form. The compound basic forms and the use of basic geometric bodies are typical design features. Not only in Bauhaus style houses does the handle fit perfectly into the living room atmosphere, even on classic style doors this design becomes a representative eye-catcher with traditional roots.


Single family house SOHO, Ulm

The exterior facade of the house is neutral. While a simple, continuous surface towards the street forms the base of the house, the wall surfaces on the upper floors are already fanning out. There a varied rhythm is created, accentuated by unconventionally placed windows. Outsiders are not immediately aware of the room to which these windows belong. Conventional perceptions of space do not seem to fit. This house cannot be assigned to any typical architectural style. It does not want to correspond to any design dogmatism. It is a house whose rooms are formed around its inhabitants. It is home. 

Warm wood, a natural white tone of the walls and colored surfaces create a homely room atmosphere. The building appears grounded. Subtle details give the impression that the building has been anchored to its original site for a long time. The finely plastered walls tell a story of a skilful craftsmanship that could have been tried and tested over centuries. The kitchen monolith made of Corian in velvety black corresponds with the heavy, light grey curtains made of soft fabric. Materiality can be felt everywhere. 

The first floor offers width. Floor-to-ceiling windows give a view into the garden. The generous green areas border on the edge of a forest, which provides cool shade. Above the kitchen, a light room provides sacred height. A large window illuminates it. 

The heart of the house is the blue staircase. It leads to the parents' private rooms, a suite consisting of a workspace, sleeping area and bathroom. The ensemble seems like a house within a house. The blue staircase could also have been the entrance to a historic city villa. Allegory resonates. It is not just any functional staircase. It has been dressed in matt, light blue. The lowest plinth step is inviting and large, its corner softly rounded towards the corridor. Curves can be found in further details of the house. In the upper bathroom the floor-level shower flows into a rounded wall. The fittings also do without acute angles. Door handle Minimal Modern appears clear and simple. Its form radiates calm. The front runs parallel to the door leaf, the corners of the rectangular shape were rounded. A special feature is the finish of the fittings: With its premium velvet grey surface, the handle offers a pleasant, soft gripping experience. Even the windows were equipped with matching handles in Minimal Modern design. Such details show the care that has been given to this house. Minimal Modern was designed by sieger design for Griffwerk.

Project

Single family house "House SOHO"

Location

Ulm

Architecture

SoHo Architecture, Memmingen

Photography

Martin Duckek

Used door and window handles

Minimal Modern in velvet grey, Sieger Design

Used door hinges

Simonswerk

MINIMAL MODERN designed by sieger design

sieger design created the "Characters" collection for Griffwerk. One of the three individual door handles in the collection is MINIMAL MODERN. The door handle convinces with a clear, modern and contemporary design and fits harmoniously into every living environment.

 

Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set MINIMAL MODERN in the version mortice lock - velvet grey - screw on technique

Argenbühl Manor House

The modern interpretation of an, according to the monument office, area-defining farm in the green Allgäu.

While respecting the location and cubature of the existing building, a modern property was created in the interplay of exposed concrete and wood (silver fir). The homogeneous exposed concrete on the first floor with its flush glazing and the wooden cladding on the upper floor, executed in two levels, stand for the former materials (clinker, plaster and spruce). The exposed concrete of the exterior walls extends through the central, two-story foyer into the interior and, together with the herringbone oak floors, defines the character of the representative rooms. The living quarters of the former farmhouse were located to the east, facing the main wind direction. Today, where the hay was once stored, they are located to the west with fantastic mountain views.

The private rooms on the upper floor have a visible gable and create a warm atmosphere through the arrangement of materials (wool, lime plaster and oak). 

For the desired horse keeping and the high horsepower companions, the former coach house was rebuilt in exposed concrete. 

Project

private estate with horse keeping

Architecture

planformat GmbH, Isny 

In cooperation with Ronge.Interieur, Ulm

Year of construction

2018-2019

Specifics

Monument protection

Living space

275 qm

used fittings

Ulm handle by Max Bill in graphite black

Photography

Martin Rudau  | © planformat GmbH

The Ulmer Griff designed by max bill

Max Bill, founding rector of the Ulmer HfG designed a door handle for the university building in the fifties together with the student Ernst Moeckl. The redesign, which was developed in 2012, is permitted - with the approval of the max, binia + jakob bill stiftung, Adligenswil - to bear the signature "max bill".

Product image rose set ULMER GRIFF mortice lock graphite black clip on technique
Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the Griffwerk window handle ULMER GRIFF in the version unlockable, graphite black

House Donautal

Formed like bands, the balconies are lined up across the floors. They are connected and on all levels offer the possibility to let the view wander over the Danube plain. The arrangement of the balconies integrates inside and outside into a harmonious, light living concept. The room axes are long and emphasize the horizontal. They lead the view over the balconies to the Danube valley. Sky, clouds and weather of the river plain give the rooms their light color.

Pebble colored exposed concrete was used for walls and floor. A clear, reduced formal language characterizes the whole. It was the goal of the intensive examination of the construction task. Oak wood was used for the floor. An open wall of lined up wooden beams delimits the staircase. The beams would appear rustic if they were not finely sanded. Thus they invite you to feel them and go well with the velvety white of the kitchen.

Every detail seems questioned. The lighting concept is designed as a single horizontal line. All lights are supported in a minimalist, straight rail. The rail was kept in black; the row also leads to the Danube valley. One feels reminded of the construction lines of a central perspective representation of the Renaissance.

Elegance and purism is inherent in everything. The staircase to the second floor seems almost mundane. It is spacious, wide and made of fine but heavy concrete. The open demarcation made of beams does not create any narrowness.

The 'Ulmer Griff' by Max Bill was the door handle of choice. It too refers to the place. The Ulm College of Design, for which the handle was designed by Max Bill, is virtually within sight. The surface in matt graphite black fits perfectly into the room concept.

Project

House Donautal

Location

Ulm

Architecture

jbmw Architekten
Jana Brotbeck and Michael Weberruss

Photography

Martin Duckek

Used fittings

'Ulmer Griff' in graphite black, Max Bill, GRIFFWERK DESIGN MANUFAKTUR

The Ulmer Griff designed by max bill

Max Bill, founding rector of the Ulmer HfG designed a door handle for the university building in the fifties together with the student Ernst Moeckl. The redesign, which was developed in 2012, is permitted - with the approval of the max, binia + jakob bill stiftung, Adligenswil - to bear the signature "max bill".

Product image rose set ULMER GRIFF mortice lock graphite black clip on technique
Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the Griffwerk window handle ULMER GRIFF in the version unlockable, graphite black

Private home

1.12.2017

From the entrance area, a room-high sliding door provides a view of the living and dining area, which is kept open. The stairs to the first floor integrate harmoniously without changing the floor material. It was only separated by a transparent glass wall.

The bright and white room boundaries meet on all floors and conceal their functions. Seamless transitions always eliminate unnecessary details.

Only minimal differences in the surface characterise the room-high doors on the upper floor. The accent of the doors is the door handle. It creates an idealistic and historical reference to the Ulmer HfG, for which the 'Ulmer Griff' was designed by Max Bill.

The 'Ulmer Griff' has the characteristic soft transition from circle to ellipse. A principle based on mathematics, as Max Bill also demanded in his 1946 work "The mathematical way of thinking in the art of our time".

Project

Private home

Location

Southern Germany

Used fittings

Ulmer Griff, Max Bill, GRIFFWERK DESIGN MANUFAKTUR

The Ulmer Griff designed by max bill

Max Bill, founding rector of the Ulmer HfG designed a door handle for the university building in the fifties together with the student Ernst Moeckl. The redesign, which was developed in 2012, is permitted - with the approval of the max, binia + jakob bill stiftung, Adligenswil - to bear the signature "max bill".

Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set ULMER GRIFF in the version mortice lock - brushed steel - clip on technique
Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set ULMER GRIFF PROF in the version mortice lock - brushed steel - screw on technique

Villa am Stein

29.11.2016

On a slightly sloping corner plot near Frankfurt am Main, a residential building was to be constructed that would allow the owner's family a maximum of privacy as well as a maximum of generous loft character. While the building remains closed to the street, an 18-metre long glass façade allows maximum transparency towards the garden. The interior of the building offers spectacular spaciousness, but also many possibilities for retreat. Room boundaries were set subtly. Room-high sliding doors separate or connect zones. Revolving doors blend almost seamlessly into the puristically bright wall surfaces. Technology is invisible. This is also true of the FRAME door fitting from GRIFFWERK DESIGN MANUFAKTUR, which can do without rosettes thanks to its patented mechanism. Technically and formally, it completes the consistently minimalist character of the building, which is thus translated into the detailed solution.

Project

Haus von Stein, private mansion

Location

Near Frankfurt

Architecture

Philipp Architekten GmbH, Anna Philipp Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Architektin BDA, Untermünkheim

Living space

356 m²

Year of construction

2012

Design

Solid basement, ground floor: wood panel construction

Used fittings

FRAME (Design: Prof. Thomas Gerlach) GRIFFWERK DESIGN MANUFAKTUR

Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the Griffwerk door handle FRAME with white inlay

It could hardly be more minimalistic

GRIFFWERK presented the revolutionary simplified hardware concept FRAME, designed by Prof. Thomas Gerlach, back in 2007. The patented technology makes it possible to dispense with rosettes completely. The handle shape itself is retained.

 


Single family house, Vreden

Further elements on the ground floor are connected to the central, cubic structure. The positioning was done in tension-filled broken symmetry. The enveloping stone façade lends the building naturalness, warmth and character. It contrasts with the puristic, clear white of the interior. All doors were kept light and bright. On the upper floor they merge flush with the wall. Accentuated surfaces in anthracite mark individual areas. The peace and quiet inherent in the interiors is created by a consistent reduction to a few colours. White, anthracite and natural stone tones alternate in a harmonious relationship. Horizontal and vertical lines determine the room character. They have an ordering, simplifying and balancing effect. The right angle is the measure of all things.


The fittings also fit harmoniously into the room's design. Door handle FRAME forms a symbiosis with the door: The front surface of the fitting is kept in the colour and materiality of the door leaf. The uncompromisingly clear and very reduced carcass of this door handle reflects 'in miniature' the basic architectural understanding of the client and thus expresses consistency. The emphatically simple, almost ascetic restraint of the interiors with their balanced spatial relationships and the thoughtfully staged transitions is enlivened by an extraordinary lighting design. It creates changing room atmospheres.

Project

Single family house

Location

Vreden

Architecture

Engelshove Bau GmbH, Neuenkirchen

Photography

Henrik Schipper

Used fittings

FRAME (Design: Prof. Thomas Gerlach) GRIFFWERK GmbH

Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the Griffwerk door handle FRAME with white inlay

It could hardly be more minimalistic

GRIFFWERK presented the revolutionary simplified hardware concept FRAME, designed by Prof. Thomas Gerlach, back in 2007. The patented technology makes it possible to dispense with rosettes completely. The handle shape itself is retained.

 


Hotel Heinzler by the lake

On the north shore of Lake Constance, between Meersburg and Friedrichshafen, directly in Immenstaad, lies this exceptional hotel with a special feel-good character. The direct proximity to the lake can be enjoyed excellently on the large, Mediterranean-style terrace. A private sunbathing lawn and a jetty are available to guests. Rooms as well as complete suites can be booked. Depending on the furnishings, a crackling fireplace can be viewed from the bathroom. The view of Lake Constance and the opposite Swiss shore with the imposing and almost always snow-covered mountain range is omnipresent. The location of the house determines the atmosphere and continues stylistically in the interior. Authentic, regional ties are palpable. The interior design skilfully spans an arc between self-confident, gastronomic tradition and modern, style-conscious accents. Door handle Lucia in its simple stainless steel form was chosen as the door handle. A special feature is the flat rosette. It nestles almost flush with the door leaf and bears witness to the loving attention to detail in this house.

Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set LUCIA PIATTA S in the version mortice lock - brushed steel - flat rose

The classic among door handle shapes

The absolute classic among door handle shapes, LUCIA, can be assigned to the Bauhaus style. The outstanding design is not based on playful details, but, as usual in the Bauhaus style, on the simplification of a form. The compound basic forms and the use of basic geometric bodies are typical design features. Not only in Bauhaus style houses does the handle fit perfectly into the living room atmosphere, even on classic style doors this design becomes a representative eye-catcher with traditional roots.


Hotel VAYA Ladis, Tyrol

Opened in the summer of 2021, VAYA Ladis welcomes guests with a luxurious alpine flair. Warm colors and local materials characterize the room ambience. The construction impresses with modern architecture in combination with numerous wooden elements. A spectacular panorama surrounds the building. In the immediate vicinity, high above the Inn Valley, the imposing and historic Laudeck Castle is enthroned on its vertical slate rock. The 4-star hotel of the VAYA Group offers spacious rooms, apartments and suites, which have been furnished with great attention to detail. The village of Ladis is located in the district of Landeck in the province of Tyrol.

Project

Hotel VAYA Ladis

Door handle

Lucia Professional with smart2lock 

The image shows the Griffwerk door handle set LUCIA PROF in the version with rose set round smart2lock 2.0 screw on brushed steel

What is smart2lock?

smart2lock stands for an innovative and intelligent locking technology that functions maintenance-free without electronics. A short click activates the mechanism integrated in the door handle. When locked, the door handle can no longer be operated on either side. On the outside, a red indicator on the door handle discreetly signals "do not disturb" - the most beautiful pause sign in the world. Of course, an emergency release on the outside of the door has also been thought of.

(Kopie 7)

smart2lock. Benefits at a glance.

  • Undisturbed with one click - privacy for every room 
  • Comfortable 1-hand operation
  • Integrated locking systems
  • New door aesthetics without key rosette
  • Simple emergency unlocking
  • Compatible with any standard mortise lock

Single family house

When purism meets smart technology. The white doors combine elegance with aesthetic clarity. Door elements and wall form a visual unit. Both frames and hinges are restrained and allow the room itself to come into its own. Even the door handle appears minimalistically reduced. R8 ONE from Griffwerk needs no rosettes. The locking technology "smart2lock by Griffwerk" has been integrated into the handle. 

 

Project 

Single family house 

Doors

Vitadoor Modulwerk 

Handles

R8 ONE in graphite black with smart2lock by Griffwerk

Clear design

Handles from the "One by Griffwerk" design line speak a clear, geometric design language and yet offer a pleasant gripping experience. The front surface runs parallel to the door leaf and gives the handles visual calm. The softly rounded back in combination with the "soft2touch by Griffwerk" surface finish ensures a pleasant feel. The locking slide within thumb's reach offers operating convenience.

Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set DESM R8 ONE in the version smart2lock - graphite black - screw-on technique
The image shows the Door handle pair R8 ONE in the version with roseless unlockable graphite black

Housing Lotthersgarten

Divided into two residential buildings, a total of 23 condominiums were built in Fürth. The modern flat-roof building was constructed in a sustainable manner. The flats have real wood parquet flooring and underfloor heating. Individual furnishing requests, such as matt black frames, were also realised at the customer's request. Invisible hinges and the minimalist "R8 One" door handle from Griffwerk with integrated "smart2lock by Griffwerk" locking technology complete the extraordinary, purist look.

 

Project

sustainable housing construction, 23 residential units

Location

Fürth

Developer

Schultheiß Project Development AG

Flats

between 63 and 179 m2, 2-5 rooms

Construction method

Sustainable construction in efficiency house level 55

Bathroom

Keuco, Burgbad

Handles

R8 ONE in graphite black with smart2lock by Griffwerk

Photography

Alexander Tschopoff, Anna Seibel

Clear design

Handles from the "One by Griffwerk" design line speak a clear, geometric design language and yet offer a pleasant gripping experience. The front surface runs parallel to the door leaf and gives the handles visual calm. The softly rounded back in combination with the "soft2touch by Griffwerk" surface finish ensures a pleasant feel. The locking slide within thumb's reach offers operating convenience.

Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set DESM R8 ONE in the version smart2lock - graphite black - screw-on technique
The image shows the Door handle pair R8 ONE in the version with roseless unlockable graphite black

Single family house (concrete look)

Unusual design doors determine the character of the interior.

A narrow frame of only five millimeters frames the door leaf in concrete look and separates it from the wall surface in the same material. Perfect match: Frame door handle. The clear, geometric design stands for value and reduction to the essentials A black inlay creates the visual reference to the frame. By using concealed hinges, little distracts from the straight lines of the doors with their characterful surfaces.

Project

Single-family house (concrete look)

Doors

Vitadoor Modulwerk 1.0. with black anodized frame 

Handles

Frame with inlay in black

It could hardly be more minimalistic

GRIFFWERK presented the revolutionary simplified hardware concept FRAME, designed by Prof. Thomas Gerlach, back in 2007. The patented technology makes it possible to dispense with rosettes completely. The handle shape itself is retained.

 


Ussar-Villa, Landshut

The Ussar Haus in Landshut, a magnificent historicist building, was completely renovated in 2012. Rudi Napholtz is part owner of the building ensemble and planned the extensive renovations. Today, the multi-storey building offers space for flats as well as shops. The House of JAB ANSTOETZ Landshut is located in one area of the imposing villa, and shows the range of upscale living and furnishing in this showroom. The choice of door fittings contrasts with the ornate architectural language. The LUCIA PROFESSIONAL door handle in the Frankfurt design consists of a simple round tube connected at right angles. Balancing old and new was the greatest challenge of the project.
This unique property looks back on an eventful history: among other things, it was a tobacco factory but also a flourishing locksmith's shop. The different industrial uses led to drastic interventions in the building fabric. The building was rarely treated with kid gloves. In the end, it was even threatened with demolition. The impressive façade facing the banks of the Isar was built in 1902 and earned the property the title "Wasserschlösschen" (Little Water Palace). The name Ussar Villa goes back to the family name Ussar. The Ussar family, originally from Austria-Hungary, acquired the property in 1932. Gustav Ussar was an ambitious journeyman locksmith, settled in Landshut and founded his own locksmith's shop there. A start-up atmosphere seems to have prevailed within these walls on several occasions. Today, shops, a law firm, a showroom and spacious flats benefit from the exceptional location in the historical " Wasserschloss" (moated castle).

Project

Ussar-Villa

Location

Landshut

Architecture

Rudi Napholtz
Baukunst NR GmbH

Photography

Peter Litvai

Used fittings

Lucia

"It was a particular concern of ours to carefully renovate this fascinating multi-unit building complex in order to let the splendour of past times shine in a new light. With modern accents, we succeeded in building a bridge to the present."
Rudi Napholtz

 

Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set LUCIA PROF in the version mortice lock - brushed steel - screw on technique
Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set LUCIA PIATTA S in the version mortice lock - brushed steel - flat rose

The classic among door handle shapes

The absolute classic among door handle shapes, LUCIA, can be assigned to the Bauhaus style. The outstanding design is not based on playful details, but, as usual in the Bauhaus style, on the simplification of a form. The compound basic forms and the use of basic geometric bodies are typical design features. Not only in Bauhaus style houses does the handle fit perfectly into the living room atmosphere, even on classic style doors this design becomes a representative eye-catcher with traditional roots.


Further Inspiration

Wooden house No. 16

The solid wood house has installed different, but tastefully perfectly coordinated handles. The builders opted for the AVUS window handle and AVUS ONE door handle on the upper floor, while the Minimal Modern window handle and R8 ONE door handle in cashmere grey were chosen for the ground floor.

More pictures on Instagram at: holzhaus_no16

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Project

Solid wood house

Location

Allgäu

Year of construction

2021/2022

Living space

230 m²

ONE stands for absolute minimisation. This is the guiding principle for this design line. Rosettes are therefore completely dispensed with in the AVUS ONE. Thanks to a specially developed technology, the handle only sits at one point on the door leaf. Nevertheless, it is possible to install the door handle on doors with classic locks.

The name AVUS goes back to the former Berlin automobile racetrack, where many a driver achieved top performance. We launched our first Avus mould in 2011. It had a wide polished phase. The special thing about this racetrack was the two long sweeping curves. This inspired our door handle. Two semicircles, which catch the circumferential outer lines of the straight front surfaces.

Griffwerk is proud to be able to offer a handle design for the highest demands with AVUS ONE.

The image shows the Door handle pair AVUS ONE in the version with roseless smart2lock cashmere grey
Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the Griffwerk window handle AVUS in the version unlockable, cashmere grey
The image shows the Door handle pair R8 ONE in the version with roseless smart2lock cashmere grey
Silhouette product image in perfect product view shows the Griffwerk window handle MINIMAL MODERN in the version unlockable, cashmere grey

The R8 is also part of the ONE design line. As with the AVUS ONE, this means maximum reduction. Rosettes are also completely dispensed with on the R8 ONE door handle. With the particularly desired combination of handles for Timber House No. 16, the builders were able to more than prove their taste. The different door handles complement each other perfectly in terms of design and set pleasant feel-good accents in the middle of the solid wood house.

The similar handle shape makes the MINIMAL MODERN window handle the perfect combination for R8 ONE.


Black.House, Private house

Door Handle

Frame (Design: Prof. Thomas Gerlach)

 

more pictures on Instagram: black.housedesign

 

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It could hardly be more minimalistic

GRIFFWERK presented the revolutionary simplified hardware concept FRAME, designed by Prof. Thomas Gerlach, back in 2007. The patented technology makes it possible to dispense with rosettes completely. The handle shape itself is retained.