With sleek lines and bold geometric forms, Pittella’s Art Deco range of door fittings[made in Italy by Enrico Cassina] brings this iconic era of design to modern interior spaces. There are three striking designs from Enrico Cassina. A Milanese artisan and expert in bronze work, Cassina opened his first workshop in 1850 and crafted sophisticated designs using carefully created moulds and expert finishes. By the late 19th century his name was synonymous with high-quality stylish door fittings;and his work became a symbol of Milan’s elegant buildings. Distinctive geometric motifs are a prominent feature of Pittella’s Art Deco collection. Such precise forms are created through the process of diamond polishing – a finishing process that uses a diamond point to create bright, geometrically-perfect surfaces.
All three designs in Pittella’s Art Deco range are available in polished-chrome or polished-nickel. Inspired by a classic era of design, they represent the finest in Italian craftsmanship:
- The PC1780 handle[$1430] has a striking architectural form reminiscent of the ziggurat rooflines of classic Art Deco buildings.
- The PC2780 handle[$990] features an elegant octagonal shape and sophisticated linear detailing.
- The PC1789 joinery handle[$259] has a slender, horizontal form with distinctive Art Deco detailing.
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