Made by Lorenzo Ponzelli and Francesco Valentini who worked on the concept of clean lines but present with character: a tapered shape from the base, the point where it is fixed to the door, up to the perfectly inclined tip.
A concept born from the desire to use, as the protagonist, an unconventional material to make handles: cement. The production process, almost ancestral, recalls the ancient forging technique.
The Seven handle designed by Marco Piva for Mandelli 1953, is the result of a careful study of the shapes and ergonomics applied to an object of daily use.
PP33 by Mandelli1953 is the exclusive reissue of a handle made in 1933 by the well-known architect Piero Portaluppi.
MM80 is the declination of a very precise style, that of the master Marcello Morandini, in a unique object, with an equally distinct outline.