Inspired by Valli&Valli

The architect Pasquale Valli and the sculptor Palmiro Colombo founded Valli & Valli in 1934 in Renate, in the provinces of Monza and Brianza, as a company specializing in the production of traditional and classic handles. When Carlo Valli joined the company in 1976, the brand's more classic look was complemented by a modern and contemporary design, sold under the Fusital brand. The high-quality handles have been designed by world-renowned architects and designers such as Gae Aulenti, Cini Boeri, Achille Castiglioni, Antonio Citterio, Dante O. Benini, Matteo Thun, Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Yoshimi Kono. The two souls of the company, differing in taste, but united in their approach, are characterized by attention to industrial processes, experience, research, design, functionality and respect for the environment. Since 2008, Valli & Valli has been part of the ASSA ABLOY Group, an international door opener and access control company that is expanding its presence in the global market . Valli & Valli and Fusital have been selected for major projects worldwide, including Porsche Design Tower in Miami, Maserati Salon in New York, Aqualina Luxury Resort in Miami, Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort in Dubai and VIP Lounge at Doha International Airport in Qatar. Mandarin Oriental in Bodrum, Turkey, City Life and Bosco Verticale in Milan, Nuvola Convention Center in Rome, Reichstag Building in Berlin, Novartis headquarters in Basel.

Valli & Valli: a new concept of handles Since its inception in In the 1930s, Valli & Valli tried to develop a new concept of a handle, made of materials and shapes other than traditional ones. The post-war period marked the success of the brand with significant investments and the hugely successful Medicea series, designed by Pasquale Valli in 1968 to restore the aesthetic and expressive dignity of an item that has become a purely utility necessity. While smooth steel handles dominated the market, Valli proposed a brass product inspired by the Renaissance and traditional craftsmanship, proving that it was able to meet the needs of consumers. In the same year, the handle was awarded the title of "The most copied handle in the world". Currently, the Valli & Valli product range includes door handles, window handles, knobs, handles and accessories, mostly made of brass alloys. They were designed by Valli Workshop in collaboration with internationally renowned architectural offices.

Valli & Valli designer handle The names that Valli & Valli worked for when designing the Fusital handles reflect the best tradition of contemporary design: Eero Aarnio, Ron Arad, Gae Aulenti, Mario Bellini, Dante O. Benini and Luca Gonzo, Cini Boeri, Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, Achille Castiglioni, Pierluigi Cerri, David Chipperfield, Antonio Citterio, Carlo Colombo, Odile Decqq. Benini and Luca Gonzo, Cini Boeri, Gabriele & Oscar Buratti, Achille Castiglioni, Pierluigi Cerri, David Chipperfield, Antonio Citterio, Carlo Colombo, Odile Decq - Benoît Cornette, Droog Design - Ronald Lewerissa, Foster and Partners, Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas, Frank O. Gehry, Michael Graves, Gregotti Associati, Zaha Hadid, Hans Kollhoff, Vico Magistretti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Richard Meier, Renzo Mongiardino, Jean Nouvel, Fabio Novembre, John Pawson, Aldo Rossi, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Sottsass Associati, Robertsass Associati Sterni, higher project by Ricardo Bofill, Matteo Thun and Marco Zanuso. All these architects and designers have made the Made in Italy culture of design and craftsmanship their hallmark. The Fusital line was founded in 1976 by Carlo Valli, son of Pasquale. He was convinced that while Italian design was gaining ground and finding its promoters in the industrial sector, it was necessary to introduce the concept of a "designer handle", intended as a small functional sculpture and an integral part of home furnishings. Brass or stainless steel alloy door or window handles combine contemporary design with the highest technical standards that have stood the test of time. The latest additions to the Fusital collection are the H 382 series - CCD Duemilaventi by Hong Kong designer Joe Cheng, founder of the Cheng Chung Design Studio. These handles have linear, clean lines with an oriental twist, characterized by a circle on the front that becomes a customizable element. The H383 PW Duemilaventuno, with its light, aerodynamic lines, was designed by American architects Perkins & Will. The H384 CR Duemilaventuno series is a geometric, sculptural collection by New York architects Cetra Ruddy.

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