This handle is the very first door handle designed by Daniel. Until now, Denver still occupies his best projects list. Infact, the melody of “New World” symphony is its source of inspiration. Said Daniel: “it really stired my emotions and stilmulated me to create a door handle that helps open to an infinite world, where, as people say, nothing is impossible.” According to Daniel, the elegance together with subtle shape of Denver strongly express the flowing and minimalistic approach in his architecture.
Furthermore, the feature that makes Denver more and more lively is a negligible but significant change from classic geometry to more sophisticated one.
This is rendered more sophisticated by the dynamic movement impressed by a slight but significant alteration to the classic geometry: an idea of aerodynamic beauty rooted in contemporaneity. — Daniel Libeskind
In 1990, Daniel Libeskind wins the competition for the Berlin Jewish Museum, leading him to become one of the most acclaimed architects in the international panorama.