hardware

  • a real baldwin

    Finding worthy products for price-conscious custom homes is a tough gig. Known for its traditional door hardware, Baldwin now has a line of contemporary levers and entry handle sets that won’t cost a fortune—if you choose carefully.

     
  • Secret Attachment

    Bohlin Cywinski Jackson: EB-TY hidden deck fasteners allow for consistent spacing between boards.

     
  • G Whiz

    Bohlin Cywinski Jackson: G-U Hardware's lift-slide hardware consist of aluminum-constructed handles and aluminum-alloy fittings that can be used to move large panels.

     
  • Brass Brand

    Bohlin Cywinski Jackson: Sugatsune's concealed hinges are solid-brass, 8-inch door hinges that can support a door weight of 110 pounds.

     
  • Over the Edge

    Richardson Architects: Tydix low-profile edge pulls are made from solid brass or solid bronze and come in diameters of ¼-inch, 5/16-inch, 3/8-inch, and ½-inch.

     
  • Cable Provider

    Moskow Architects: Feeney Architectural Products' CableRail is a stainless steel railing system that comes in 5 foot increments spanning up to 70 feet.

     
  • Gropius Grip

    Cole Prévost: TECNOLINE's 1923 Bauhaus door lever comes in four different finishes, two different designs and comes in lengths of either 4¾ inches or 4 5/16 inches.

     
  • Directors' Cut

    Steely Architecture: Valli&Valli's vcr line of door hardware is made of solid brass or zinc with chrome, satin chrome, and stainless steel finishes.

     
  • Bella Bell

    Dixon Weinstein Architects: spOre's illuminated doorbell buttons are light-emitting diodes that consume less than a watt of power and are manufactured with a satin-aluminum finish in amber, blue, green, red, and white.

     
  • tangentially speaking

    Kevin Defreitas Architects, AIA: Tangent lever designed by architect Robert Watson for Lockwood.

     
 
 
 
 
 
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