With understated clean lines and minimal detailing, leversets and coordinating cabinet hardware styles range from the geometric Bauhaus to gently curved Claros
(Pompton Plains, NJ, August 6, 2019) Trends come and go, but Mid-Century Modern is a style movement that has only intensified over time. To celebrate the beauty of the “form follows function” principle—a look that’s as popular today as it was in the middle of the twentieth century, Ashley Norton introduces five new architectural hardware lever designs: the geometric Bauhaus, the asymmetrical Lugano, the tubular Fountain, the cap-styled Phoenix, and the gently curved Claros. Along with coordinating cabinet and appliance hardware, the new series echos the sensibilities of mid-century masters like Charles and Ray Eames and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Designed for interior doors and kitchen and bath cabinets, the new styles offer a wide array of finish choices, allowing designers to create their own interpretation of ageless yet luxurious Mid-Century Modern style.