Our ‘Theodore’ collection was inspired by a replica hexagonal pull handle that we produced for a historic public house in London. Parts of the building dated back to the 1900s and while much had changed during this time; the owners wanted to retain as many traditional accents of the building as possible while undertaking a major refurbishment. Inevitably some things were not able to be reused, and so new pieces were required which were sympathetic to the integrity of the building. Joseph Giles was tasked with designing large hexagonal door pulls which paid homage to its roots, but also complemented its new design scheme.
We loved the hexagonal design and felt it would suit a range of design projects. Over the months that followed, we experimented with the shape until we settled on the design; which we named ‘Theodore’. Its simplicity ensures all focus is on the shape, which is beautiful, tactile and practical.
The collection includes cabinet handles, lever handles, and more recently cabinet pulls.