Door Hardware & Accessories

Sleek, Smart, Secure

Kevo lock from Kwikset is a smart lock design with a modern or contemporary aesthetic. Available in four finishes, including popular Iron Black and Polished Chrome, the lock features touch-to-open technology allowing fingerprint recognition when the authorized blue tooth device is within range. Kevo is also compatible with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices, Nest, Honeywell, Ring and Skybell. 

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Glazing Gives Downtown LA Added Glitz

One of the latest additions to the downtown Los Angeles skyline is Metropolis—an expansive mixed-use development aimed at redefining luxury urban living. Developed by Greenland USA and designed by Gensler, Metropolis encompasses 6.3 acres of real estate, and features three residential towers, a hotel, a 60,000-sq.-ft. retail pavilion and high-end restaurants. A wide variety of architectural glazing systems were needed to help improve the function, safety and aesthetics of the new, ultramodern complex.

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It's in the Ergonomics

Allegion, a leading provider of security products and solutions, announced they will launch a line of ergonomic levers that were designed with Gensler, a prominent global architecture, design and planning firm. The levers are part of the Schlage M Collection and are well suited for healthcare facilities, high-end office spaces and senior living facilities. The levers are designed to reduce discomfort and make operation more comfortable for the hands and wrist.

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34K Strong

The 34K Series battery-powered cylindrical locks are ADA-compliant push-button keypads and can store up to 500 total access codes. Available in a keypad only or keypad plus prox, granting access via an HID card. With additional software, the programming can be transferred to the locks via your laptop.

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Door Pulls Detail Industrial Chic

Hotel Hugo defines industrial chic. The upscale, contemporary hotel was the vision of designer and architect Marcello Pozzi and Nobutaka Ashihara, the project’s architect of record. Recently opened in SoHo, the hotel blends the neighborhood’s sophisticated atmosphere with the gritty underpinnings of New York City in a style Pozzi refers to as “a game of contrast, a juxtaposition of finishes.” Pozzi relied on seemingly minor details, like door pulls, to create Hotel Hugo’s distinct character. When it comes to tying together a space’s look and feel, Pozzi believes hardware does a lot of the heavy lifting. Since the door pull serves as each guest’s first touch point with the hotel, Pozzi wanted

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