FSB Classics Reconceived
Focused on perfection.
They’re more than just various kinds of handles for doors and windows. They’re classics ― or, to be more precise, they’re absolute classics. FSB has re-interpreted, has reconceived, has redesigned them. In close cooperation with architects and designers of international repute. Boldly focused on perfection.
Door handles star in FSB's latest campaign
Since time immemorial, architecture and, indeed, design have been coming up with products and their shaping principles that have lost none of their topicality since and hence can justifiably be designated as being classics. Clean-lined, functional and compellingly good-looking – a design approach that’s as persuasive as it ever was. Door handles by FSB are no exception here. Blueprints from past design movements are constantly inspiring fresh creations that are wholly at one with the original philosophy – FSB accords such models in its repertoire the label “redesign” or “reconception”. FSB is issuing numerous models as “reconceived classics” whose design and formal idiom clearly cite past blueprints or which establish themselves as new-age classics of door-handle-design in the marketplace by dint of their visual appeal.
It all begins with the supreme quality of the Aluminium, Stainless Steel and Bronze we use and is brought to a thrilling conclusion by our loving attention to detail. Precision hand-crafting and sophisticated production technologies give rise to “functional extensions of the human hand” at Brakel blessed with unique designs “made in Germany”. Builders’ clients and design competition juries across the world greatly prize FSB.Our design is embedded in product collections also containing plug-in handles for doors and windows, lever handles for frame doors, doorknobs, glass-door fittings, window handles and lifting/sliding door handles. Impressed by how boldly focused we are on perfection, celebrated architects and designers develop their personal ideal notions of a lever handle to produce models that reflect their authors’ approaches to design in both form and function.