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Chant door handles complement this high-end Lodge

Chant's designer Line Pull, Locking Flush Pull and Arch Lever Handles, all in weathered brass, were customised for the luxury Lodge at the Hills in Queenstown

Arch Lever Handles by Chant were reworked to angle, product design, wood, brown, black
Arch Lever Handles by Chant were reworked to suit the refined Lodge at the Hills golfing destination.

Nestled in Queenstown's pristine mountain landscape, Lodge at the Hills presents a luxury scenic escape sure to be at the top of any golfer's bucket list. With every finish closely considered, Anna-Marie Chin Architects specified Chant's sculptural door handles for the project.

To the approval of the architect and owners, standard Chant ranges were increased in size, had accents exaggerated and, in some cases, were flipped for ease of use. Chant's Line Pull, Locking Flush Pull and Arch Lever Handles were all reworked for the high-end lodge.


Gracefully weathering brass VS Locking Flush Pulls were landscape, mountain, real estate, sky, brown
Gracefully weathering brass VS Locking Flush Pulls were some of the door handles of choice for the Lodge at the Hills in Queenstown, constructed by RBJ Builders.

Lodge at the Hills is very closely tied to the land both through the spectacular site and its black-patina cladding. In keeping with this, all the hardware was chosen in weathered brass, a finish that ages a little with every finger touch adding a subtle history to the Lodge over time.

For details, contact Chant, 136 Marua Rd, Ellerslie, Auckland, phone (09) 526 4048. Email: sales@chanthardware.com, or alternatively visit the website: www.chanthardware.com.

Story by: Trendsideas

05 Aug, 2016

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