Bell draws its inspiration from a traditional door handle I discovered in an old hotel in Dalarna in Sweden about 40 years ago. The interaction of concave and convex surfaces creates excitement and it is graceful to the touch.
Choose from our extensive range of handles and knobs to complement traditional, contemporary or anything in between kitchen designs.
Jakob Kamper is the man behind the design studio Kamper Form. He graduated as an industrial designer at Denmark’s Design School (now part of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation) in 2001 and his design studio is located in Ry. Kamper Form’s designs are based on the idea that form should be a living thing, make an impression and suit the interiors of today and tomorrow, and his designs have proved popular, especially at Skagerak, since Kamper Form often works in wood. The collaboration with furnipart has resulted in a large number of handles and knobs in the regular collection. For example, a handle like STATION is a beautiful example of Kamper Form’s timeless look. The handle’s clean lines function equally well in traditional and modern interiors and the handle itself completely changes in character when its colour is changed.