Cross-handle basin fixture

Cross-handle basin fixture

It is hardly surprising that Danish architects such as Henning Larsen and Jørn Utzon – known for their simple and sculptural visual language – swore by the Cross-handle tap. As its name suggests, it is characterized by an unpretentious, cross-shaped handle which, over time, has become a fixture in many of their world-renowned buildings. It is not exactly known where the design for the Cross-handle was born. Over time, other manufacturers have launched their own versions. At TONI Copenhagen, we stick to the original handle as designed, as seen at Marienlyst Castle in Helsingør, at Churchill College in Cambridge and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark in Riyadh.
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Cross-handle basin fixture

The Architect's House

At first glance, the house almost blends itself into the nature around it. It is the clear expression and honest elements of the facade such as the wooden cedar planks and the floor-to-ceiling windows that create a calm expression that blends so beautifully into nature. The traditionally thatched roof creates an evocative exterior for the house which, despite its classic elements, is only 5 years old.