LIBECCIO Colored handle

LIBECCIO Colored handle


LIBECCIO – Colored handle
LIBECCIO series.
Maple wood handle with white handmade finish.

Size 20x5x6 cm
Each package contains a pair of door handles with escutcheons (both for handles and keyholes) and a fitting kit.
Technical file

2 in stock

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Libeccio Colored handle is a door handle, this luxury handle is inspired by the spoonbill’s beak, a peculiar waterbird, NJ interiors is specialized in design door hardware. A light yet refined touch to the space.
Unique characteristics that make these handles world-unique items.
The peculiarity of this handle is both the visual and tactile experience, and the walnut finish with hand-painted white details.
Libeccio luxury handle is made of milled, steam-stripped black walnut wood, in collaboration with the best South Tyrolean craftsmen.
Libeccio is also available in the walnut and wengè finish.
This design handle can be mounted directly on the door without any rosettes and nozzles.
The Libeccio handle featured in Arredativo’s 2017 Must Haves.
Each model of the NJ Interiors handle collection is entirely made in Italy.

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Don’t miss the NJ press review!


The Libeccio, Tucano and corallo handles of NJ interiors become part of the must haves 2017 of Arredativo design magazine, don’t miss the article on arredativo!
must have 2017 arredativo magazine magazine!

Exhibition with the work “Undicesima Ora” at the PAC Milan, Padiglione d ‘Arte Contemporanea, Milan. A story to discover the space regeneration as a new communicative stylistic movement, images, actions and words that give the city new systems of interaction.On display from October 2016 until January 2017. radetzky milano

Dal 2 al 7 settembre 2016 NJ interiors will be at Maison & Objet Projets a Parigi.

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NJ interiors will participate, with the Prisma Gold handle – winner of the A’Design Award international competition – in the exhibition held at the former church of Saint Francis in Viale Lorenzo Spallino 1, Como. The exhibition will take place between June 9th and June 28th.