My father handed down to me his aesthetic sensitivity, his eye for detail and his passion for art and culture. When I was a child, the stories he brought back from his travels around the world stimulated my imagination. I have never forgotten this childhood dream.
With more than a century of expertise, Maison Vervloet successfully marries local craftsmanship with an international distribution. They lead projects worldwide - small to large - from their atelier in Brussels. Whether you are looking for a decorative hardware object with a unique signature to ennoble your project, or simply want to replace a lost cabinet handle, you can turn to Maison Vervloet. This family owned company has the rare talent to make any design dream possible, while staying true to their own handmade signature.
In front view this design seems to be a plain rectangular handle. Looking at it more closely though, the form turns out to be more complex..
’Audrey’ is an elegant and feminine collection inspired by the contrast between matt and mirror polished copper surfaces.
Ballet is a field of tension between discipline and frivolity. This was translated into a design where dynamic is the multiplication of the straight lines and the characteristic curve.
Imagined as ’bubble dreams’, India Mahdavi’s ’Bubbles’ collection embodies the alliance between simplicity and femininity, through the intersection of pure and absolute geometric shapes.
Due to the combinations of profiles, the ’Close Up’ collection, featuring subtle and refined detailing, turns out to be both timeless and functional.
The designers’ continuous search for the right proportions forms the essence of the ‘Divergence’ collection. Highly customizable, this collection offers a freedom in the choice of materials, making it possible to fit in with other elements in the interior.
’Euclide’ has a structural, masculine and geometrical format, built with a circle inscribed in a square. The mixture of round and square lines adds a glimpse of clumsiness to the piece which makes it irresistibly adorable.
Inspired by the work of Belgian designer Jules Wabbes, the ‘Jules’ collection expresses both sensuality and character with its deep brown finish.
Bring a touch of mystery to your interior with this curious collection, for example by placing the handle on a dark door.
’Message’ is a collection inspired by a letter, a message, flown away and landed on a door or a window. The theme is poetic and playful, but the lines are pure.
Working on a villa project in Munich, ‘Villa D’, led Hans Kolhoff to design the ‘Perla’ collection.
The ’Stardust’ collection is like a meeting of elements that are simultaneously timeless and elegant, seemingly simple, graphic and a little industrial – a true technical challenge.
‘Tibou’ is a hardware collection dedicated to children. Each item of the collection presents a small hook on its front face, giving children the opportunity to hang up whatever they want without hampering the opening of the door or a drawer.
The ‘Tools’ collection was inspired by the geometrical shape of wrenches, with straight surfaces reflecting the light while the gentle structure feels comfortable to the hand.
‘Torna’ presents an elegant and precious curve which looks different from every angle. When touching it, you feel a design which you might not have discovered at first sight.