There’s a sculptural model, and a more linear model, with developments in exemplary forms, all the way to more eclectic and modern typologies. These are the pieces in the Door Pulls line by Sicis: technical elements that transcend mere function to become aesthetic masterpieces that bestow a vivid identity not only on the door as object, but also on the overall context in which they are utilized.
Created thanks to the great mastery of the mosaic artisans of Sicis, they are made with Vetrite, a special blend of glass and polymers, and decorated with minute mosaic tiles in gold, platinum and other precious metals.
One excellent example is Broadway, a geometric stylization of that famous street in New York, in an elegant minute mosaic of gold tiles, with original forms.
But we can also look at Fitzgerald, composed of platinum mosaic tiles to form a vivid design suggesting soft, finally decorated fabric. Or Cocò, composed of black and metal tiles, all the way to Moon, inspired by the lunar surface: a handle with spectacular combinations of Vetrite and elegant metals.