The straight lined, symmetric aesthetic of the Arpa handle takes its influence from the Art Deco style which appeared forcefully in the twenties, at the start of the XX century, and which has made a comeback in current interior fashion. This decorative style is based on geometry, elegance, the use of industrial materials and metallic finishes to create exclusive decorative objects.
The Arpa handle, designed by Viefe Studios, is inspired by the Graf model which incorporates fine, vertical lines to add style and comfort to its use. Sophisticated and versatile, when it is fitted onto framed doors, it has the capacity to bring out the personality of the furniture and the immediate space that surrounds it. Produced in aluminium it is available in finishes of stainless steel, dark brushed brass, brushed black and in the new finish of rustic brass which is ideal for fitting on melamine covered wood and furniture with a rustic finish which seeks a touch of elegance with an industrial look. Its four sizes allow you to create dynamic compositions in all types of kitchens, bathrooms, dressing rooms, bedrooms and other bespoke spaces.
The incorporation of the new Arpa knob, with a diameter of 22 mm, rounds off the collection and expands its possibilities. This is especially thought out for global interior design projects which require the use of a knob with the optimum dimensions that completes the surroundings coherently and in its own style.