GRAPH

door handle set
Isolated product image in perfect product view shows the GRIFFWERK rose set GRAPH in the version euro profile - cashmere grey - screw on technique
Isolated product image in the left-turned angle shows the GRIFFWERK rose set GRAPH in the version euro profile - cashmere grey - screw on technique
Isolated product image in the right-turned angle shows the GRIFFWERK rose set GRAPH in the version euro profile - cashmere grey - screw on technique

GRAPH

door handle set
door cover:
lock type:
surface:
Direction: L/R
norm select: cl4
valid country: Germany
door handle set GRAPH
screw on cl4 rose set round
euro profile cashmere grey
EAN-13: 4250214622376

120.88

MSRP (based on german VAT)*



sieger design GRAPH

Elegant and reduced

GRAPH appears elegant and minimalist. Its clear, geometrical design desires a formal relationship with your door. GRAPH does not turn away but is self-confidentily restrained. The continuous parallel lines of the top view enjoys a contrast to the austere edge of the visible surface, thanks to the gentle curvature of the rear of the handle. GRAPH is synonymous with a systematically modern attitude.

What is a profile cylinder?

A profile cylinder lock is used as a classic for house, office and flat entrance doors. A profile cylinder is a cylinder that can be operated with a key. Profile cylinders therefore also provide a certain degree of protection - although less than protective fittings. Attention: If you want a door handle with profile cylinder insert, please note the marking PZ.

Cashmere grey

The so-called cashmere goats come from the former principality of Kashmir between India, Pakistan and China. Their wool is significantly softer than the finest sheep's wool and one of the most precious and expensive natural fibres of all. It inspired us for our velvety soft surface cashmere grey. Our cashmere grey not only offers luxury for the hands, but also has a silky matt appearance. The shade, which is very close to RAL 7022 (umbra grey), goes perfectly with warm tones and materials. Materials such as wood, patterns in textiles or other fluffy interior accents can be combined.

 

Look & Feel!

The surface finish developed by GRIFFWERK, soft2touch by GRIFFWERK, combines an extraordinary look with a velvety soft feel. Surfaces make a decisive contribution to a positive product experience. This is especially true for door handles, which are touched countless times every day - not only on inner doors.

Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern stands for a formal design in architecture. The origin of this style of living can be found in the USA and Europe between the 1930s and 1960s. Mid-Century Modern is characterised above all by clear lines, organic forms and streamlined design without further embellishments. In terms of colour, the emphasis is on earth tones. In homes today, the Mid-Century Modern style is often found in sofas and other furniture, but the style is also an interior design idea on door handles. our door handles are perfectly combined with it.

Hygge

Hygge comes from Denmark and is more than just a style of living: it is a way of life. Cosiness, security and conviviality are particularly important in a hygge atmosphere. Such a room climate is created by warm colours such as beige, cream, white or pastel grey. Supported by natural materials such as wood, wool or stainless steel, hygge turns your living space into a feel-good atmosphere. Choosing the right door handle is the first step towards a Hygge living style. Door handles from Griffwerk with a warm look in the colours cashmere grey or stainless steel are particularly suitable.

Industrial Style

Untreated wood, exposed pipes, unrendered brick walls and concrete floors: The trendy interior style looks rough and does without frills. Everything looks used and unfinished. This is what makes the industrial style of living so special. The furnishing style is particularly popular in large and open loft flats. Typical of the interior design is a lush and massive leather couch, but door handles also contribute to the flair. Colours are used in industrial style to a limited extent, but in combination. This is to bring out an authentic industrial design.