Nine to Know | Pulls and Knobs

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    In this Nine to Know, sculptural joinery hardware articulates attention to design detail.

    In the kitchen, a designer’s intent is often revealed through the smallest details such as a joinery pull or knob. These details demonstrate a designer’s ability to leave a lasting impression through everyday functional fittings, whether that be through colour, form or material.

    This feature originally appeared in est Magazine issue #44

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    Continuing with the theme of Australian craftsmanship, we direct our attention to In-Teria, a Tasmania-based design studio focused on producing one-of-a-kind, everyday details for various projects – like this handmade, goblet-shaped timber knob.

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    Melbourne-based furniture company Barbera Design have moulded an unassuming piece of bronze into a brilliant, iridescent joinery pull for a striking design detail.

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    The Rinoceróntico knob is the work of late Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali (made for BD Barcelona), who was known for his rather bizarre creations. Made from polished brass and bending in an unusual manner, the knob meets the criteria for an unforgettable design detail.

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    Copenhagen-based design house Ferm Living call on fluid lines and solid materials to create an organic, lightly whimsical-looking handle for the kitchen. Its bespoke design means that no two instances of the Curvature handle are the same. 

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    Joseph Giles’ abstract-shaped Organo pull, made from solid bronze, is manufactured using traditional casting methods, keeping age-old craftsmanship alive.

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