Ferdinand Kramer was born in 1898. As an architect and designer, he was an adherent of functionalism and an ardent follower of the principle “form follows function”. Kramer primarily created interior fittings which suited the kind of small-dimensioned rooms that dominated in the first half of the twentieth century. He conceived a timeless, purposebased design with low production costs. This conical door handle was designed in 1925.
The Ferdinand Kramer handle collection is available in two base materials - solid cast brass and stainless steel and four different finishes with various types of angular and rounded plates, roses and escutcheons.