Tecnoline Bauhaus door handle / Bauhaus Door Handle by Walter Gropius
The door handle by Walter Gropius is a creation from the early 1920s. The then director of the Bauhaus designed a whole series of door and window handles that were produced by the S. A. Loevy company in Berlin from 1923 onwards. The still current (and popular) door handle is a good example of the new objectivity of the Bauhaus.
Alongside Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Walter Gropius is considered to be one of the most important thought leaders of the Bauhaus. Gropius became a member of the German Werkbund as early as 1914, and in 1919 he founded the Bauhaus in Weimar. The architect and designer created some of the most important objects of modernity in the 20th century, which are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Numerous other designs (escutcheons, door handles with long plates, window handles) of the Gropius door handle from Tecnoline are available on request.
Set consisting of two door handles and a square rose
Made of brass, matt nickel-plated
For other designs and materials (polished nickel, polished brass or polished chrome)
Dimensions: door handle 115 x 21 mm, handle rose 50 x 50 mm