Sculptural and architectural shapes for Intona, the new Manital handle

Manital is an Italian company that over the years has increasingly established itself thanks to the quality, the 100% made in Italy manufacturing and design of its handles.
A story that,
in these first 30 years of activity has led it to be part of important residential and contract projects all over the world.

The first 2020 Manital proposal is Intona, designed by Mario Mazzer and Giovanni Crosera, a handle for doors and windows characterized by a sinuous, elegant and modern feature. The design draws inspiration from the forms of cultured international architecture of the Fifties, such as the Guggheneim Museum in New York, and from contemporary fluid sculptures. Aesthetics and ergonomics are perfectly designed to propose a handle with dynamic lines and balanced geometry, well matched in weight and volume: a sculptural vision in a modern key that does not forget its task, to easily offer pushing and pulling functions.

Made in zinc alloy, Intona is available in different finishes (glossy and satin chrome, satin nickel, bronzed), to which are added the black and white colors, obtained with epoxy paint, increasingly appreciated by the international market.