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Striking door hardware complements showrooms in high-end car dealership

Top-of-the-line vehicles are displayed in a gleaming new showroom building where the designer door pulls by specialists Chant add another touch of class

Whats in a touch? Well, quite a lot automotive design, car, car dealership, luxury vehicle, motor vehicle, sports car, vehicle, yellow, gray
Whats in a touch? Well, quite a lot when its an elegant, powder-coated door pull from Chant. The boutique door hardware specialists Line handles grace doors in the new Giltrap premium car showroom.

A jewellery box-like setting is how principal Jonathan Hewlett at Warren and Mahoney Architects describes Giltrap Group's new Auckland building designed by the leading architectural practice. The building showcases the absolute creme-de-la creme of automobiles Lamborghini, Aston Martin and Bentley all have a stand-out presence there.

In a high-end fit-out such as this, every element is of the highest design and manufacturing quality including the striking door hardware from Chant.


Warren and Mahoney Architects specified Chants Line handles automotive design, automotive exterior, glass, metal, steel, structure, gray, black
Warren and Mahoney Architects specified Chants Line handles in Mannex Black for the Lamborghini, Bentley and Aston Martin showrooms in the new Giltrap Group building.

Door hardware specialist Chant often creates custom solutions for clients, but here the architects specified the popular smooth-to-the-touch Line Pull handle in a powdercoat finish Mannex Black.

For details, contact Chant, phone (09) 526 4048. Email: sales@chanthardware.com, or alternatively head online: www.chanthardware.com.

27 Sep, 2017

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