The third a final part of our mini-series on Innovation and Inspiration gets downright architectural with a collection of architect inspired and designed hardware for not only cabinetry but the entire home. Have a look at Reveal Design’s complete line of architectural hardware, because if you’re anywhere near as impressed as we are you’ll start designing a house just around this stuff, really, we mean that. So, to get the unique look, Reveal partners with exceptional architectural or design firms to create their collections. And because we love to name drop as much as the next good design blog, the pulls from Grand Mesa and Abacus collection (above) were designed by award winning kitchen designer Matthew Quinn and more impressive names are on the way.
The newest member of the company’s impressive lineup is the ‘Taliesin Design’ collection which was born out of a partnership between Reveal Designs and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The concept for the line was developed by students and faculty of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture which had been founded by Wright in 1932 and the design is true to the underlying principle of Wright’s work in that form follows function.
And just because we can’t let you go without a glimpse at the company’s architectural hardware that we’ve been going on about, the Cypress Lever, designed by Cutler Anderson Architects should be enough to wet your whistle to see what else these folks have in store and to inspire you to push your personal boundaries and start specifying elements in the house you may not necessarily have considered.
Do we have Reveal Designs on Modenus you ask? Why yes, here you go.