Tag: #maniglie

Portal Bar | Stockholm

The new Portal Bar designed by the Swedish architecture studio Claeesson Koivisto Rune has been inaugurated  during the Stockholm Design Week, the most important Scandinavian design week of the year (February, 4th-10th 2019). The bar has been opened next to the Portal Restaurant, a well-known place which opened back in 2016...

Salto Systems and Colombo Design, a design partnership

In order to enhance and improve its offer, SALTO Systems, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of electronic access control systems, has chosen Colombo Design handles to develop a “luxury” program with integrated handle. With the objective of always offering more to its customers, SALTO has...

“Ama” Colombo Design

Among the important novelties that further implement the collection of handles produced by Colombo Design through eco-compatible production processes (as required by the Green Made company protocol), stands out “Ama”, the first handle in the world with a triangular shape. Ama is signed by Andrea Maffei Architects,...

MAPO (design: Mauro Ronchi)

Among the important innovations that have implemented the collection of handles “Colombo Design”, produced through eco-friendly production processes (as envisaged by the protocol corporate Green Made), we find Mapo. Designed by Mauro Ronchi, Mapo is the handle that becomes a knob. In it, the full searches the balance…

ROBOCINQUE AND ROBOCINQUE S

Robocinque ID61 Colombo Design expands its range of “Robotech®” handles with the addition of the highly anticipated Robocinque in the two versions with round and squared rosette (RobocinqueS). RobocinqueS ID71 It looks rectangular from the front but surprisingly ergonomic thanks to the hyperbole line that design its...

“DOMUS MAGAZINE” TALKS ABOUT US!

An article about the Lund handle has been published in Domus Magazine. LUND was designed by the Claesson Koivisto Rune Swedish design studio, upcoming designer team in the design scene. Our Lund handle concept has a concave surface as the handle’s “façade”, setting the tone...