The idea behind this design was to approach the handle free kitchen with all its pros and cons and see if we could create an elegant handle for the handle free kitchen. You often grease the front of a push lock cabinet, and as a guest in such a kitchen you are often confused where to push to open. A handle indicates where to open and in which way the front opens – it’s very intuitive and user-friendly and one of the things you do not have in a handle free kitchen. Being able to adorn and set the scene for the interior design of a kitchen is another advantage of using handles, which is lost in a handle free kitchen. That is why we have designed the handle for the handle free kitchen – a graphic, iconic and completely flat “handle” – a plate which indicates where on a front you need to push, and a graphic and decorative element which can easily be added and renew an existing unit.


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66 - Inox look


Material Zamac
Product Type Knob
Item Number 547320050-66
Length 50 mm
Height 3,5 mm
Width 30 mm
Finish 66 - Inox look

Steffensen & Würtz

Designers Thomas Steffensen and Pia Würtz Mogensen are the founders of design studio Steffensen & Würtz. Together with Malene Ejsing Nørgaard, they work with industrial design in their studio in Aalborg. Thomas Steffensen and Pia Würtz Mogensen both have an MA in Industrial Design. They have collaborated with several Danish and foreign brands, including Bolia and German kitchen manufacturer Allmilmö. They collaborated with furnipart in 2020 with furnipart’s 020 Collection, and the collaboration has gotten off to a flying start. The ‘handle’ HABIT is hugely popular with the innovative way it has solved an irritating real issue from everyday life. Steffensen & Würtz designs are based on a wish to lessen everyday stress in a world where we are constantly bombarded with impressions. They design simple and functional products, which only require our attention at the moment when they are used.

Steffensen & Würtz

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