The ‘Bartlett’ family, sharing the same name as the famed Bartlett School of Architecture in London’s University College London, was crafted with attention to architecture, fusing traditional concentric patterns with a contemporary cylindrical design.Joseph Giles understands the necessary marrying of form and function, and with this knowledge, created this collection.
The simple geometry of concentric circles and clean lines are the hallmark of the ‘Bartlett’ family.
The contemporary design will co-ordinate effortlessly across a space for a pleasing, modern aesthetic, with subtle nods to traditional design classics. The beauty of this design is that individual pieces will stand out on their own, or you can combine the collection for a holistic scheme.
Joseph Giles started the collection with this lever handle which was very successful with architects and interior design practices, and so cabinet pulls and a door knob swiftly followed. More recently they have added floor and wall door stops, as well as centre door knobs.